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Here's the Happenings at GoHawkeye!
The GoHawkeye Foundation is actively preparing for a very busy spring.
The GoHawkeye Great Outdoor Adaptive Adventure Contest
Contest winner Danielle L. Watson chose the Nuke handcycle by ReActive Adaptations. The parts have been made and are on their way to the powder coaters to be painted Racing Raspberry! The Nuke off road recumbent handcycle is a unique rear wheel drive with rear suspension. Some riders prefer this recumbent type over the prone style handcycle. We are also in production of the film about her story, titled "Falling Into Place."
Volunteer Opportunities on "Falling Into Place" Film Production Crew
If you are interested in helping with this film production and have four days to spend in Moab, we are searching for volunteers on this production. Click on the VOLUNTEER button below to sign-up.
Building a Custom made Handcycle for Telluride Adaptive Sports Program (TASP)
Recent fundraising through GoHawkeye has enabled the Telluride Adaptive Sports Program(TASP) to purchase a off road Bomber Handcycle, also made by ReActive Adaptations, for their summer riding program. The Bomber, a prone type handcycle preferred by some riders, is being built now and will be ready this spring.
How Can I Donate to GoHawkeye!
You can click GODONATE which takes you to our secure donation page where you can contribute via credit card. You can also DOWNLOAD and mail, to address on form, your check, debit card or credit card payment.
Ski With Hawkeye Event Recap
On January 15, 2015 the GoHawkeye Foundation hosted a "Ski with Hawkeye" event that led to a presentation on the GoHawkeye Foundation and the upcoming film project "Falling into Place." About 25 attendees enjoyed mulled wine and appetizers while watching some samples of past GoHawkeye films and hearing details on the upcoming "Falling into Place" film project. Additional funding support for GoHawkeye Foundation and this project came from this event.
The GoHawkeye Team with great sadness, announces the recent passing of a very valuable teammate, Brian Torp. Beyond contributing to the GoHawkeye effort by being our location still photographer, Brian brought a quick and ready laugh (More like a cackle!) to location shoots. Brian had a generous spirit that made him a very welcome presence on location or while manning a barbecue grill. We'll miss his music discussions and his cooking prowess as we move forward. We'll especially be thinking about Brian the next time we savor and enjoy a good microbrew. We thank Brian for his generosity and the good times he helped facilitate. May He Rest In Peace.
DANIELLE LANCELOT WATSON
photo: Sarah Henderson, http://sirenapictures.com
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The GoHawkeye Foundation Mission
GoHawkeye's mission is ...
To provide support to adaptive organizations and individuals through financial aid, outdoor experiences and film making meant to inspire people of all abilities. Our films showcase people overcoming disabilities and reaching their goals through active lifestyles and outdoor adventures.