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September 24, 2020

At the Travis Roy Foundation, we are only able to do our work because of the generosity of so many of you.  This summer, you helped us raise over $350,000…

September 22, 2020

Contact: Andrew Brownsword (abrownsword@travisroyfoundation.org) The Travis Roy Foundation has teamed up with Wings for Life to support the spinal cord injury research of Dr. Joost Verhaagen from the Netherlands Institute…

August 10, 2020

Social Media: #TRFwiffle and #BatterUpTRF Contact: Bruce Bosley (bosleyb@comcast.net) Make a Donation at the Tournament Fundraising Site Watch Highlights of 2020 Virtual WIFFLE on our YouTube Channel Impressive Fundraising Highlights…

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