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Houston Halloween Climb for ROMP

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Houston Halloween Climb for ROMP

5 years. 50 summits. 1 goal -> MOBILITY FOR ALL.

Join Stone Moves and Baylor College of Medicine for a fun night of climbing to benefit the Range of Motion Project (ROMP). 

As masters students of orthotics and prosthetics, we are banding together to foster community, advocacy and mobility by participating in the 45th Climbing for ROMP event of 2019. Here, we are helping support the global effort to increase prosthetic care to those who have the least amount of access. If our $2000 goal is met, we will help outfit two individuals with prostheses, empowering them through their own mobility and subsequent independence. Thank you for considering participating in this event through attendance and/or donation! By doing so, you are supporting BCM students goal of starting their impact on the amputee community today.

$40 registration includes climb pass, t-shirt, ROMP schwag, and more. 

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When
Thursday October 31st
7pm to 9pm
Where
Stone Moves Indoor Rock Climbing, Cypress Creek Parkway, Houston, TX, USA
6970 Cypress Creek Pkwy, Houston, TX 77069, USA

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5 years. 50 summits. 1 goal ->  MOBILITY FOR ALL. 


2019 is the 5th annual global Climbing for ROMP event. This climb is one of 50 climbs happening around the world with the goal to raise money for amputees who need prosthetic care. Climbing for ROMP allows us to directly translate physical mobility around the world. So when you sign up and go climb, walk, hike, or run, you are helping a ROMP patient take their first steps. VERTICAL FEET FOR PROSTHETIC FEET! 


When you fundraise or donate, here’s how your dollars directly impact a ROMP patient: $150 provides a new prosthetic foot

$250 provides a new prosthetic knee

$300 provides a new socket 

$1,000 provides a new prosthetic device to someone in need and follow up care!


#climbing4romp #whatsyourmountain #whyweclimb

Posted by Range Of Motion Project NFP