Join the VA Vigilante PaddleFit Challenge
The VA Vigilante PaddleFit Challenge is a charity event co-founded by David Russotto, Managing Partner of our Veterans Disability Department, to help raise money for veterans in North Carolina who suffer from disabilities and homelessness. All proceeds raised during the event go straight to the Onslow County Community Foundation for Homeless Veterans, the Home of Camp Lejeune. This is a fantastic opportunity to give back to the people who put their lives on the line to serve our country, and who desperately need our help. Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban P.C. is pleased to have sponsored the event at the Silver level.
Through the PaddleFit Challenge, you have the chance to get out on the water with a paddleboard and participate in a course based on your skill level. You can also solicit donations to support you along the way.
If you are looking for a fun event to show your support to veterans in the area, this year’s VA Vigilante PaddleFit Challenge is happening on Sunday, May 17 and is open for anyone to participate. You can register at this link, fill out the requested information and then choose the level at which you would like to register: Beginner/Recreational, Intermediate, Advanced or Advanced Turn & Burn.
The associated fees are as follows:
- General public (advanced): $45
- General public (beginner and intermediate): $40
- Active duty military/veterans: $25
- College Students: $25
- Board rental (all levels): $10
Whether you have no experience paddling or have participated in intense races in the past, the event promises to be a fun day that does a lot of good for the community. We encourage your participation.