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Single Mom, Social Worker, Breast Cancer Survivor
First let me start by saying I love my peloton. . My peloton was gifted to me by my wonderful husband and my incredibly mother, which brings me to this gift nomination. I would like to nominate my Mom as a recipient of a peloton. My Mom, Evelyn, resides in Vermont and recently battled breast...
Daughter. Mother. Survivor.
Good evening! My name is Melinda and I am a domestic violence SURVIVOR. My entire childhood all I had ever wanted to be was a wife and mother. At 18 years old after a sexual assault I was told that I had polycystic ovarian syndrome and the chances of me ever being a mother were very slim. I held...
In July 2019, my brother Mike broke his neck and suffered a severe spinal cord injury from diving into a lake that left him unable to move freely at age 30. After his injury, Doctors weren’t sure Mike would be able to walk again. Mike has always been a tremendous athlete. He was an accomplished...
A Year of Heartache
My beautiful cousin has had a heartbreaking year. This picture of her is from 6 years ago, when she entered every fun run she could. In those days, she was a newlywed struggling to get pregnant. She suffered setback after setback. I can’t be sure, as I’m sure there are things she just never said...
2020 Doing Something For You
My friend's name is Jennifer. I've been wanting to do something for her and once I learned about The Comeback, I knew this was it. I've known Jen for 20+ years. She's so kind hearted, thoughtful, funny, just a wonderful human being. Jen has been through a lot in her life. She suffers from...
Army injured Abe who now has Parkinsons and looking to make a comeback
My amazing father served in the Israeli army in the 60s. He sustained injuries and has a metal plate in his leg. He gave up all forms of exercise for many years. To add insult to injury, he now has Parkinsons and is unable to do normal things like getting dressed or using the bathroom by himself....
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