Help the Burg Simpson Team Raise Funds for Craig Hospital!
Help the Burg Simpson “Pedal for Possible Team” Raise Funds for Craig Hospital!
Donate to the Patients at Craig Hospital by Clicking Here.
The Burg Simpson Team Supports Craig Hospital’s Annual Pedal for Possible
While all of us on the Burg Simpson Pedal for Possible Team hoped that Craig Hospital’s 2020 Pedal 4 Possible (P4P) cycling event could take place in person, due to the current status of COVID-19 restrictions, the hospital decided that this year’s ride should be a “virtual” one.
P4P is all about giving from the heart, and while we will miss this annual event that is always so filled with magic, we understand that this is the safest option for everyone.
So, what exactly is a virtual bike ride? As a virtual participant, you will complete an activity of your choice from your location—while still sharing in the P4P excitement!
You can choose to ride your bike, or you can walk, run, roll, or recreate in any way you choose! There’s no limit to what is possible! And the best part is, Craig Hospital is giving you an entire week to complete your challenge!
The opening program will be posted on Craig’s social media channels on September 19th and P4P week online will be celebrated online until the end of the day on September 26th.
Please join us in supporting Craig Hospital! Click Here to Donate.
Pedal for Possible
Pedal 4 Possible is a charity event benefiting Craig Hospital patients and programs. All money raised will fund innovative therapy programs that help Craig Hospital patients experiencing spinal cord and brain injury.
Learn more about the Virtual Pedal 4 Possible (V-P4P) on the FAQ page.
Pedal 4 Possible depends on sponsors and supporters. Review the sponsorship options to learn how you can support this event.
Sponsorships are available to purchase online or checks may be mailed to the Craig Foundation, 3425 S. Clarkson St., Englewood, CO 80113.
The Burg Simpson P4P Video
Burg Simpson Shareholder David P. Hersh invites you to join Pedal for Possible and support Craig Hospital.” See the video Here