3rd Annual OWN ANY ROUTE Challenge
At Fight Oar Die we do three things: Row / Teach / Grant! It’s tough. It’s bold. It’s what we do to advance Veteran Mental Health. #FightOarDieOARChallenge #OwnAnyRoute
$7,056Raised of $20,000
Join the 3rd Annual OWN ANY ROUTE Challenge NOW!
The O.wn A.ny R.oute Challenge is SIMPLE! Sign-up to row, run, walk, cycle, swim, ruck, pull weeds, walk the dog, or ANY activity you choose, and raise money for Veteran Mental Health. Do it by yourself or do it as a team. Rack up "personal points" and get your friends to support your challenge. Get your employer to match. Watch the leaderboard and race to beat other teams as top fundraiser.
The men and women who have served on behalf of the United States military face many challenges during and after their service. It is our ultimate mission to increase awareness of, and support for, the cognitive, behavioral, and physical health of U.S. Military/ Veteran personnel. Check us out at https://www.usvetrow.org/.
First 50 to register at $50 or greater level get a special “Top Supporter” t-shirt!
Meet the 2023 Crew!
Meet Craig, Dave, Joe, and Guy, our 2023 Crew. You will embark on your O.wn A.ny R.oute Challenge alongside them as they train to compete in the 2023 World's Toughest Row--Atlantic. Help Fight Oar Die raise (or surpass!) our goal of $20K!
Fight Oar Die is an all-American, all-military Veteran, four-person ocean rowing team that competes in the World's Toughest Row, a race which has challenged individuals and teams from around the world for years.
The men and women who have served on behalf of the United States military face many challenges during and after their service. Each stroke we row pushes the momentum toward our ultimate mission of increasing awareness of, and support for, the cognitive, behavioral, and physical health of U.S. Military/ Veteran personnel.
We at Fight Oar Die chose the World's Toughest Row, an established, international event, to direct attention to and use as a platform for raising money for Veterans. We believe that Veterans are all too often overlooked and many Veterans’ issues are not adequately addressed by existing programs. We as Veterans decided to take this challenge on in order to act on what we see as a very public problem. We believe that awareness is the catalyst for change, but action is the agent that can make something happen, and we feel the need to help those who have helped us as Americans.
Together, our fight will go toward ensuring that our Veterans know that despite anything that has happened in their lives – Veterans can grow, develop, excel, and achieve ANYTHING they want.