Please support Team "Business Casual Monday" as we take on one of the toughest challenges of our lives. We are supporting NextStep's "Move for Others" global initiative as we take on the Las Vegas Tough Mudder on April 13th.
"We are MOVING for those fighting for MOBILITY!"
ABOUT NEXTSTEP'S "MOVE FOR OTHERS" (MFO)
MFO is a global campaign promoting fitness, health, and wellness for those living with paralysis and mobility impairments. Its mission is to bring much-needed accessible training facilities into our communities. You can do pretty much anything you want to "Move for Others." Here are some ideas. You can run, walk, wheel in a marathon, 5K, trail run, mud run, triathlon, or other race. You can hike a mountain, bike across America, skydive, or Harlem Shake. We just want you to challenge yourself and have fun, your ideas can be endless. By joining the MFO initiative you do your part to make sure that we all have access to the resources we need to live long, healthy, and happy lives. Challenge yourself, support a friend, start a campaign, wear MFO bracelet with pride AND spread the NextStep MFO vision.
All persons living with paralysis and other physical disabilities deserve the hope and opportunity to live long and healthy lives. Yet today most of these individuals are deprived of the resources they desperately need for survival because there are no options available to them or they cannot afford them. NextStep, http://www.nextstepfitness.org, provides the opportunity for health and recovery through affordable and progressive community fitness, health, and wellness facilities.
NextStep is a nationwide movement that aims to revolutionize the quality of healthcare for the physically challenged community. NextStep has paved the way with the first community facility in the U.S. to offer Locomotor and activity based training at its state of the art facility in Los Angeles and continues its vision to expand across the United States. The organization’s other initiatives are participation in cutting edge research, education, and awareness programs that are focused on enhancing the lives of the 6 million people in the U.S. living with paralysis.
NextStep is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. NextStep is a member of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation NeuroRecovery Network (NRN) Community Fitness and Wellness (CFW) Program.