Proceeds are being collected by Ben Light
Based on 1,160 100 feets, each worth $13.76
Join Ben Light in raising funds to help 9-yr old Lola Garcia.
On July 13, Lola Garcia of Port Hueneme, CA suffered a stroke that left her paralyzed from the neck down in a quadriplegic state, unable to breathe on her own.
Due to the family’s lack of health coverage, treatment has reached well over a million dollars. This does not include the need for the family to remodel their home, as well as purchase a car for Lola’s transportation.
On September 21, Ben Light will begin a 10-day challenge, running multiple laps per day in the Rock Canyon / Provo Peak area of the Wasatch Mountains in an effort to bring attention to and earn funds for Lola’s treatment. Help Ben help Lola and her family as they climb their mountain of life.
Ben is calling the project, “Laps for Lola,” and it will begin Sept. 21 and continue through Sept. 30. Each day, Ben will set a goal of at least (2) 15.5-mile laps that each will climb close to 7,500 feet in elevation. Each lap, Ben will summit Provo Peak, one of the few 11,000+ ft peaks located in Utah’s Wasatch Range. Ben’s daily goal is 31-miles & 15,000ft of elevation gain & loss.
While Ben knows that each mountain he climbs will pale in comparison to the mountains that Lola and her family have ahead, his hope is that his symbolic gesture will serve as a way to show that we are there for her in her climb.
Join Ben by helping him help Lola and her family through a pledge amount for every 100-feet he climbs over the 10-day challenge?
|9/21||Laps For Lola||1,160||$15,960|