Project Help 22 Challenge

Project Help will be hosting the 22 Challenge-22 sets of 22 boot camp-style exercises- in conjunction with Mt. Olive Recreation’s Raiders of the Lost Park 5k Mud Run on Saturday, June 16, 2018. 22 veterans a day take their own lives, and this team endurance event aims to raise money and awareness for our veterans in crisis. Participants 18 years or older are invited to come alone or build a team, find sponsors, and see if their team can win the challenge! Vendors are also needed for this family fun day at the park.

Project Help is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 charity that supports veterans and their families in times of need.  While the group’s original mission of helping veterans with basic needs continues, a major focus on stable jobs and housing has taken the spotlight since the beginning of 2018.  Proceeds from the 22 Challenge will aid Project Help in their mission to help veterans in immediate crisis, as well as further their long-term goals of placing veterans in permanent housing and gainful employment.

For more information on participating in the 22 Challenge or being a vendor, details can be found at www.projecthelp.us/events. Those wishing to participate in the challenge can register at www.bikereg.com/22-challenge

Contact Information
  1. Project Help
  2. 973-875-2068
Sat, June 16
9:00 am — 3:00 pm
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Project Help will be hosting the 22 Challenge-22 sets of 22 boot camp-style exercises- in conjunction with Mt. Olive Recreation’s Raiders of the Lost Park 5k Mud Run on Saturday, June 16, 2018. 22 veterans a day take their own lives, and this team endurance event aims to raise money and awareness for our veterans in crisis. Participants 18 years or older are invited to come alone or build a ...

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