Will’s Walk

Will proves power of personal fundraisers Will is an amazing fifth-grader from Illinois who says veterans are his heroes, especially those who struggle with mental health issues associated with PTSD. That’s why this kind kid decided to raise money for his 11th birthday by walking 100 miles for veterans—3.3 miles every day for 30 days—and…

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Meet Our Newest Graduates: Fall 2021

Fall is starting off fantastically, with three great new teams graduating from FSD in September. Congratulations to this terrific trio for their hard work and good cheer, and we wish them all the best! Christie & Zuke Christie has physical limitations and mobility impairment due to lower-limb amputations following a motorcycle accident. She is a…

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A-Team Advocates for Accessibility

For fans of Cherry Creek State Park who use wheelchairs and are accompanied by dogs, the pleasures of rolling along the path in the off-leash dog area were offset by the treacherous fields of rocks they were forced to navigate, both when approaching the wheelchair-accessible entrance and then again to reach the path. FSD Client…

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Faces of Freedom organizer receives special award

In 2020, FSD’s major fundraising events were cancelled due to the pandemic—with the exception of Faces of Freedom: Midland, which was organized by Core Laboratories Vice President of Corporate Business Development Steve Loving. Loving, who for six years has chaired the annual sporting clays tournament in Texas to benefit FSD’s programs for veterans, made a…

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