National First Responders Stair Climb
The Coronavirus can't stop heroes and fundraisers. The National First Responders Stair Climb is still on this year, adapting to the circumstances by going virtual.
It's a wonderful cause and a great way to help take care of those who stand ready to take care of us.
Raising funds for First Responders
The National First Responders Virtual Stair Climb was started to raise awareness and bring support to First Responders suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Injuries (PTSI).
A fundraising Stair Climb takes place in San Francisco each year around the time of 9/11, in rememberance of those who gave their lives and those forever affected by traumatic events.
The money raised is used to pay for First Responders to attend PTSI programs.
How does a virtual stair climb work?
Normally the Stair Climb happens at a public building like the Salesforce Tower. To protect the health and safety of participants, staff, volunteers, and spectators, the Stair Climb is going virtual.
Participants can design their own course and climb at any date and time between September 11th and October 11th.
Suggestions can be found in the event's FAQ page.
How to register
You can register for the virtual stair climb on the National First Reponders Fund's website.
Use any activity app, like MapMyRun, Strava, Fitbit, to record your virtual stair climb.
Send a screenshot or share your activity to [email protected] by 11:59pm, Sunday, October 11th.
Get started today
Register today, design your own route, and help us support those who tirelessly support us.
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