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No Barriers Warriors – Walking in our Communities

Honor the Veterans among us. Walk with them, so they don’t walk alone. This year more than 200 veterans with disabilities will become No Barriers Warriors and embark on a life-changing experience that will improve their lives and change their perspective of what’s possible after returning home from their time in service. While you can’t be on the mountain with them, you can show your support by walking for them in our annual Walk with the Warriors campaign.

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They’ll be walking hundreds of miles on their journey to recovery; won’t you join us for a 5 mile walk that shows them how much you care?   In 2016 our fundraising campaign is better than ever with more ways to participate…   You can show your support by joining one of the Walk with the Warriors’ Hometown Walks in in Denver, Tucson or Minneapolis, or the virtual Honor Walk, which takes place on 9/11. By joining a Hometown Walk you will be participating in an in-person walk with a group of supporters in your community who are just as passionate as you are about our servicemembers. Not able to join one of our Hometown Walks? That’s OK! We also have a virtual option where you can join hundreds of people from across the country in walking 5 miles in honor of our veterans on one of our country’s most patriotic days.   In addition to showing solidarity by walking for our veterans with disabilities, you will be able to earn a variety of awesome rewards as you fundraise, including tasc Performance gear and a FitBit!   By fundraising for our Warriors, you are helping to provide life-changing journeys to veterans with disabilities free of cost to the veteran. By walking, you are showing our veterans that they are not walking their journey alone.

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