The Heroes Memorial Climb is the tallest multi-lap stair climb in North Texas. More than 700 climbers are expected to help raise funds for Police, Fire and Veteran beneficiaries May 9th, 2015 will mark the event's inaugural year and our goal is to raise more than $200,000. Can we do it? Absolutely! Are you ready to channel the hero within? Let's Climb Higher For Heroes!
The Heroes Memorial Climb selection committee has chosen the following beneficiaries for this year’s climb.During the registration process climbers will select which one of the event beneficiaries they will raise their pledges for. All pledges go directly to the chosen beneficiary.
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Firefighter (Ret.) Andy Allison Fund: Electrocuted in the line of duty, Andy Allison was medically retired from the Lewisville Fire Department in December 2014. Loss of pay and an increase in medical expenses led us to nominate him as our 2015 Heroes Memorial Climb fire beneficiary.
Peace Officers Angels Foundation: Peace Officers' Angels Foundation provides emotional and short term financial assistance to our Texas Law Enforcement following a serious or life changing line of duty injury. Their commitment to peace officers and vision has led us to nominate them as our 2015 Heroes Memorial Climb police beneficiary.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) - Texas: The IAVA strives to build an empowered generation of veterans who provide sustainable leadership for our country and their local communities. Their commitment to veterans has led us to nominate them as our 2015 Heroes Memorial Climb veteran beneficiary.
Climbers may also choose to climb for the host organization:
Heroes in Action (HIA): HIA is a Dallas based non-profit organization that engages in general community projects and events for the benefit of police, fire and veterans professional development and safety.