We Still Climb (Range of Motion Project)

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This Range of Motion Project (ROMP) team is changing the world.  They’re scrappy and they’re bringing health care equality, specifically mobility to patients in the Americas (based in Ecuador and Colorado).  At the same time, this team summits extreme altitudes with adaptive athletes. This is an example of how to better the world. We’re joined by ROMP founder, adventure athlete, amputee, and CPO David Krupa and also adventure athlete and the ROMP Director of Development Lauren Panasewicz (LP). 
 
Furthermore, we talk about how you climb with us on July 26, 2020 and continue to be part of the community.
 
More about ROMP
ROMP is a non-profit, for-impact healthcare organization dedicated to providing prosthetic care to those without access to these services.
On July 26th, 2020 be a part of a GLOBAL MOVEMENT. Join in this worldwide event & WALK, BIKE, HIKE, CLIMB, or MOVE to raise awareness for disability rights and fair access to care and commemorate the 30th anniversary of the signing of the ADA.
 
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My fundraiser and team link for ROMP
 
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