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Teen cancer patients and volunteers join up for fun in the mountains

By Elle Malcolm   Last week I took part in my fourth Tomorrow’s Children event hosted by the Adaptive Sports Foundation.  Participants, who are teenage cancer patients from Hackensack University Medical Center learn to canoe and kayak on a nearby lake.    This year we had nine participants and a total of eleven volunteers.  All […]

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Thoughts of an intern…

By Sean McMahon, ASF Intern   There are many benefits to my internship at the Adaptive Sorts Foundation. Being in an office environment and learning about all the logistics that go into running the various programs the ASF offers is a great experience. Being a communications major, I have also enjoyed applying my knowledge in […]

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Teamwork and a LOT of mud!

By Caroline Lynch, ASF Volunteer and Warriors in Motion Coordinator    In late October, ASF staff and volunteers, as well as several wounded warriors, took on one of the toughest events of the summer season, the Tough Mudder. We decided to face this event with a team of 7 warriors, 4 volunteers and 7 staff […]

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An intern’s experience…

By Rachel Cohen Interning with the Adaptive Sports Foundation has been the experience of a lifetime. After graduating with a business degree and then living abroad, I was still unsure about what I wanted to do.  A typical office job has never really inspired me and I’ve always liked helping people. I was introduced to […]

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