Thank you for visiting my King Challenge fundraising page!
I am so happy that I can support Krempels Center through this awesome event.
Donating through this website is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to support my fundraising efforts.
Why do I ride in the King Challenge to benefit Krempels Center? Krempels Center is so important to me because of the difference it has made to so many lives of people living with brain injury. My personal connection to Krempels goes back to the Portsmouth Critierum that I helped race direct for 8 years. We developed a community race category to donate proceeds to Krempels Center because of the amazing work they were doing. Then in 2009 and 2010 I sustained two major traumatic brain injuries from bike racing. The second one ended my racing career and took months for me to recover; however, I did recover. While I knew about Krempels during my injuries, I didn't think to reach out to them for help. Looking back, I should have. The programs and services offered by Krempels Center staff and volunteers is truly life changing! Now when I hear of anyone in my circle who has sustained a head injury/concussion, I know where to direct them for help.
Many thanks for your support - and don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too!
King Challenge 2020
The King Challenge is a fundraising event benefiting Krempels Center, a Portsmouth, NH based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with brain injury.
This year marks our 10th Annual King Challenge and we're going virtual!
Registered participants will have the opportunity to choose their own ride route, anywhere and anytime, all while they fundraise to support Krempels Center. This support is needed ever more critically in these challenging times
Krempels Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with brain injury. 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.