AHRC Suffolk Presents Ninja Nick's Pull Up Challenge

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    Welcome to AHRC Suffolk's campaign for Ninja Nick's Pull Up Challenge Fundraiser. The ultimate goal of this fundraiser is to raise funds towards a wheelchair accessible van, create awareness for the agency and to inspire others to invest in their health and surprise themselves with what they can accomplish! Thanks for taking a moment to check it out!

    AHRC Suffolk's ambitious staff member, Ninja Nick Roalef has set a goal for himself to complete 2,000 pull-ups in a 12 hour span, from 8:00am-8:00pm, on July 26th in order to fundraise for a brand new wheelchair accessible van!

    With the support of AHRC family, friends and the community, we will be highlighting Nick's amazing skills along with AHRC Suffolk's programs throughout the day. Look out for some of our scheduled entertainment segments, including a motivational speaking segment by Rohan Murphy!

    Help support Nick and AHRC Suffolk. Make a donation and cheer Nick on during his challenge on July 26th!! All donations will go towards AHRC acquiring a wheelchair accessible van! This will allow for more community outings, enhancing our programs and services, and enriching the daily activities of people who attend our programs.

    AHRC Suffolk is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization on Long Island, NY who supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Suffolk County. AHRC Suffolk supports people of all ages and ability levels in their Adult Day Programs, Residential Homes, as well as school aged children at their Saul & Elaine Seiff Educare Center. This agency provides essential services to Suffolk County's most vulnerable citizens. Interested in learning more about AHRC Suffolk's Services? Give us a call at (631) 585-0100 or visit our website here!

    AHRC Suffolk is a not-for-profit organization which provides programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities on Long Island. Currently more than 2,500 people receive educational, vocational, residential and employment services through AHRC’s forty-two facilities. 

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