Scott Niedermayer, NHL Hall of Famer, Stanley Cup Champion, Gold Medalist and all around great guy will be joining me in our Climb to Cure Duchenne attempt on Mt Williamson. The 2nd tallest peak in California. This effort is in conjunction with one of our Champions to Cure Duchenne, Tyler Armstrong
At age 7, Tyler Armstrong was the youngest person to climb Mt. Whitney in a single day. Now 11 years old, he's decided to embark on an epic quest of heroic proportions to climb the world’s Seven Summits – the highest mountains on each of the seven continents, including Mt. Everest. If Tyler succeeds, he will be the youngest person to ever accomplish this feat.
But Tyler is not just trying to set a world record; his goal is to raise awareness and funds to cure Duchenne muscular dystrophy, the most common and lethal muscle disease found in children. Duchenne afflicts approximately 300,000 boys worldwide.
Currently there is no cure for Duchenne, and Tyler wants to change this!
His goal: to raise more than $1 million to cure Duchenne!
Please help him reach his goal by making a tax-deductible contribution. No donation too small for a cause so big.
To learn more about CureDuchenne, visit www.CureDuchenne.org.