Proceeds benefit Uplifting Athletes, Inc.
Based on 17 bench press reps, each worth $206.98
As members of Team Defense for the 2018 Princeton Chapter Lift For Life, we are proud to dedicate our performance in support of Uplifting Athletes and its mission to inspire the rare disease community with hope through the power of sport.
Team Defense is comprised of the following members of the 2018 Princeton Tigers football team:
Anthony Siragusa, Ben Ellis, Ben Novello, Brad Borque, Brett Stewart, C.J. Wall, Charlie Tomassetti, Chase Williams, Christian Sullivan, Connor Mills, David Harvey, Delan Stallworth, Eddie Rudinski, Eli Stern, Ian Lawrie, Jack Simcox, Jake Strain, James Johnson, Jay Rolader, John Orr, John Santillo, Joe Percival, Kurt Holuba, Luke Turner, Mark Fossati, Matt Hampson, Matt Winston, Mike Wagner, Nicolas Ramos, Phillip Frost, Rick Raga, Simeon Lane, Sultaan Shabazz, Steven Mejia, TC Schneider, TJ Floyd, Tavish Rice, Tavaris Noel, Tom Johnson, Trevor Forbes, Tyler McDonald, Will Johnson
Lift For Life is the signature fundraising event for the Princeton Chapter and our fellow college football student-athlete brothers who have joined the Uplifting Athletes nationwide network of chapters.
Our Lift For Life is scheduled for Tuesday, May 8th, at 4:45, outside the Frist Campus Center.
Today, the challenges faced by the rare disease community are bigger than any one individual, team or organization can tackle alone. Here at Princeton we take pride in the opportunity to shine a spotlight on rare diseases and support Uplifting Athletes.
Fans and supporters can make a pledge for each bench press rep the offense averages.
The proceeds from our Lift For Life support the mission of Uplifting Athletes and its charitable programs: Rare Disease Awareness, Rare Disease Research, Uplifting Experiences and Uplifting Leaders.
Please join our team by making a pledge today!
· Pledge for the number of bench press repetitions Team Defense averages
· Make a one-time flat donation
The Princeton Chapter started tackling rare diseases in 2011 when it joined Uplifting Athletes. The student-athlete led Princeton Chapter serves the rare disease community in honor of Jordan Culbreath, a former Tigers running back.
Culbreath was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder and battled through his rare disease diagnosis to return to the field and finish his playing career. His inspiring story of hope not only led his Princeton teammates to form a chapter, Culbreath was also honored as the 2011 Uplifting Athletes Rare Disease Champion.
Uplifting Athletes inspires the rare disease community with hope through the power of sport and empowers medical researchers to find cures. A rare disease is one that affects fewer than 200,000 Americans and consequently lacks financial incentive to make and market new treatments.
Founded in 2007, Uplifting Athletes has college football student-athlete led chapters nationwide in FBS and FCS programs including half the schools in the Big Ten and ACC conferences.
Thank you for your support of my campaign and the rare disease community. Every little bit helps. Please don’t forget to share this campaign and your support on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.)
|Date||Name||bench press reps||Earned|
|5/8||Princeton Lift for Life||16.90||$3,498|
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