Princeton Chapter fifth annual Lift For Life set for April 28


For the fifth consecutive year the Princeton Chapter of Uplifting Athletes will hold a Lift For Life event on its New Jersey campus.

The Tigers’ rare disease story is personal and involves a former teammate, Jordan Culbreath, and his journey with a rare blood disorder that started in 2010.Culbreath returned to play his senior season and his inspirational story earned him the Uplifting Athletes Rare Disease Champion Award in 2011.

Lift For Life is the signature fundraising event for the Uplifting Athletes nationwide network of college football student-athlete led chapters.

The Tigers Chapter will continue their mission of using college football as a platform to inspire the rare disease community with hope through the power of sport. This will be the fifth Princeton Chapter Lift For Life as part of Uplifting Athletes.

This year, the Princeton Chapter Lift For Life will take place on Frist Lawn starting at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 28 and the event is open to the public.

Fans are encouraged to come out and support the 2016 Tigers football team as they help bring the vision of Uplifting Athletes to life; which is to empower people to take action against rare diseases and inspires the medical community to find cures.

The Princeton Lift For Life will feature three lifting activities, bench press, box jump and tire flip. Each individual player on the 2016 Tigers roster will be assigned to one of the Lift For Life teams.

In order to support the Princeton Chapter and help the Tigers reach their $15,000 Lift For Life goal, visit the Princeton Chapter fundraising site.

The challenges faced by the rare disease community are bigger than any one individual, team or organization can tackle alone. The grassroots effort of the Princeton Chapter, along with a nationwide network of teams, is uniquely positioned to educate and engage the local community and shine a spotlight on rare diseases.

Please consider helping the Princeton Chapter of Uplifting Athletes tackle rare diseases.



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