Hello, and thank you for visiting my King Challenge fundraising page!
After a time-consuming medical school rotation in August, I'm back at it--riding, and raising money for the Krempels Center! I will be back at our ride this year, and I would love your support!
The King Challenge raises money in support of the Krempels Center, a nonprofit organization named for the generous founder, David Krempels, who had a vision of helping other people who had suffered a brain injury as he had. The Krempels Center is central in my father's life, after surviving a debilitating stroke 15 years ago, and very important to the hundreds of other KC members. The Krempels Center provides post-rehabilitation day programs, creates a welcoming social network, and provides purpose, training, and friendships to peoples lives, and serves as important training for occupational therapy students at University of NH. This place is amazing, and I don't know where my dad or family would be without it.
Many thanks from me, my family, and members of the Krempels Center!
Donate generously and often :)
King Challenge 2018
The King Challenge is a fundraising event benefitting Krempels Center, a Portsmouth, NH based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with acquired brain injury resulting from trauma, tumor or stroke.
What the ride is - The King Challenge is a fundraising event: participation comes with a commitment to raise minimum amounts to help support Krempels Center. Please see the Fundraising Section of our website for more details.
What the ride is not – This ride is not a race, it is designed to be an enjoyable day of cycling and camaraderie.
Three routes, of varying lengths, have been designed to accommodate a wide range of cycling abilities. Fundraising minimums have been set at easily-attainable levels and the focus is on family fun.
Krempels Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with brain injury from trauma, tumor or stroke. In partnership with universities and community volunteers, we offer programs that engage our members in meaningful and productive experiences and provide ongoing support and resources to survivors and their families.