WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU THAT WE WILL NOT BE HOLDING OUR ANNUAL HERO RIDE THIS YEAR. AS YOU KNOW WE OPERATE AS VOLUNTEERS ONLY.
UNFORTUNATELY EACH OF OUR KEY VOLUNTEERS HAS EXPERIENCED CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND THEIR CONTROL THAT WILL NOT ALLOW THEM THE TIME TO ENSURE THAT THIS EVENT IS OF THE QUALITY OUR PARTICIPANTS DESERVE.
The Thursday’s Heroes program started in 2006, sponsored by The Holly & Bronco Mendenhall Foundation. The aim of the program was to provide support, encouragement and financial aid to children & families that were facing significant life challenges. Over the last 8 years over 130 families have been received as Thursday’s Heroes. The impact of their recognition, however, has touched thousands of lives throughout the country.
Each and every year the impact of the Thursday’s Heroes Foundation grows, in large part because of the way our Hero Alumni seek to “Pay it Forward.” We know that by spending one day with these Heroes, you’re lives will be changed forever.
Ben Springer is the director of the Wasatch Transitions School in Heber which focuses on helping high school students with special needs to transition from school into independence. This is a great interview on the impact of Thursday’s Heroes and more so how the Wasatch Transitions School is making a
A great story of two sisters who were born as conjoined twins. Click here to listen to the interview
Click here to listen to former Hero, Ammon Clark in studio with Ben Criddle and Alema Harrington
Brian and Lincoln Masuisui were on air today with Alema Harrington and Ben Criddle on 960 AM Listen here
Click the link below to listen to an interview with the first ever Thursday’s Hero, Andrew Alley. Great story Andrew Alley live with Alema & Ben