Troy University fraternity members from Alpha Tau Omega are walking more than 128 miles for a great cause this week – wounded warriors. The group, named Alpha Tau Omega Walk Hard are hiking to raise awareness and funds for wounded warriors and hope to raise more than $10,000. Proceeds will help Jeep Sullivan’s Outdoor Adventures, a non-profit organization that offers wounded warriors, veterans, and first responders an opportunity to refresh and recharge while enjoying nature.
Eighteen members of the fraternity left Troy on March 6, 2015 and are on their way to the Pier Park Boardwalk in Panama City Beach. The group plans on completing their journey on March 11.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to work with Jeep,” said Logan Wagner, 2015 Walk Hard director.
The annual walk raises money with no overhead costs, allowing all proceeds to be donated directly to a philanthropic organization. Learn more about Alpha Tau Omega Walk Hard on their Facebook Page.
Anyone interested in donating to Walk Hard 2015 can give through the fraternity’s GoFundMe site, www.gofundme.com/atowalkhard. Checks may also be mailed to: Alpha Tau Omega: Walk Hard, 406 Fraternity Circle, Troy, AL. 36081.
About Jeep Sullivan’s Outdoor Adventures:
Jeep Sullivan’s Outdoor Adventures embraces our American military veteran community, enabling returning wounded warriors the unique opportunity to enjoy hunting, fishing, wildlife education and airboat tours all across North and South America. They provide for and specialize in accommodating the disabled, wounded warriors and first responders opportunities to fish and hunt.
They work to help heal the WHOLE soldier- body, soul, and spirit, and are seeing good results with warriors and their families. Their ministry is locally based, working with landowners from Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana.
Learn more at http://www.jeepsullivan.com/