Get to know the Wings for Life World Run Ambassadors
The Wings for Life World Run event is one of the most positive, happy, energetic experiences and atmospheres I’ve ever been in. It feels like one giant family when you’re there.
I am honored and excited to be a part of a cause that is dedicated to changing the future of spinal cord injuries.
We’re all so connected, and events like this bring people together for a cause that’s greater than one’s self.
"I am confident that this event will continue to bring well deserved attention to spinal cord injures and highlight the amazing work that Wings for Life is doing to find a cure."
"Being able to participate in the run and finish brought me so much joy. I’m thrilled to be an Ambassador once again."
This race unites strangers, family and friends for a good cause, to accomplish a goal together. That’s my favorite part – teamwork makes the dream work!
“Walking with so many individuals in support of research for spinal cord injuries is an incredible experience. It is a cause close to our hearts, and I’m honored to participate once again"
The human body can live for roughly 30 days without food. The human condition can survive for about 3 days without water, but no human alive can live for more than 30 seconds without hope.
"To be able to see first hand so many people running for a cure to benefit people like myself who live with a spinal cord injury is truly humbling."
I am extremely thrilled to be a Wings for Life ambassador for the simple reason; this cause brings hope to millions. My goal for the past decade has been to walk again. I know that joining Wings for Life will help make my dream come true.
Everyone is running for one cause and one cause only — there’s research out there and there’s a cure out there, and we won’t stop running until we find it!
“People from all over the world coming together for this cause is just the beginning. The fact that 100% of registration fees go to support funding research is truly an incredible thing toward progress, and together we’ll find a cure."