RUN, WALK, AND BIKE 565 MILES FOR VETERANS THIS SEPTEMBER!
Join us from Sep. 1 through Oct. 3, 2023, for GallantFew’s Run Ranger Run. RRR is GallantFew’s fall Veteran fitness, awareness, and fundraising event created to honor and continue the mission of US Army Ranger Veteran Corporal Cory Smith. In 2012 Cory ran, walked, and biked 565 miles from Fort Benning, Georgia, to his home in Indianapolis, Indiana. Cory’s objective was to educate the public on the difficult journey a soldier has to reintegrate back into civilian life. RRR continues the mission.
See Cory’s story below:
YOUR MILES WILL CHANGE LIVES
Run Ranger Run is designed to raise awareness and funds for GallantFew’s VetSTAR – Self-Training and Response-Ability – Coaching program. Since 2010, GallantFew has provided more than 5,000 Veterans VetSTAR Coaching, a proven method to support the Veteran transition from the military and reintegration into a civilian life full of hope and purpose.
Individuals and teams participate in RRR to tackle US Army Ranger Veteran Cory Smith’s 565-mile journey by running, walking, and biking from Sep. 1 through Oct. 3. Participants register and track their progress online, so teammates do not all have to be located in the same area. Participants can remember a fallen, wounded, or active military member by naming their team in honor of that person.
Ninety percent of all funds raised during RRR support GallantFew’s mission. The remaining ten percent is donated to the United States Army Ranger Association’s Ranger Assistance Fund to meet the immediate needs of Army Rangers and their families.