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The ATI Foundation was proud to sponsor Project Mobility’s recent 5K & BrewFest, Hops for Hope.

The ATI Foundation understands the impact nonprofit organizations have on their communities and, when Project Mobility came to us for help, we knew their mission would fit right into ours. Project Mobility is a nonprofit dedicated to providing adaptive bikes to children, adults, and wounded veterans. Their annual event, Hops for Hope, gives a twist to the traditional 5K, incorporating beer stops along the route. After the 5K, folks are invited to stick around for a BrewFest and an adaptive bike giveaway.

This year, we were proud to support Project Mobility’s event by serving as their water stop sponsor during the race and by providing the funding for one of their three bike giveaways. Through the bike giveaway, we were able to provide Bekah, a young girl with scoliosis, with a brand new adaptive bike!

To learn more about Project Mobility, please visit their website here. To learn more about Bekah’s story and to check out more information about the annual Hops for Hope event, you can head over here.

A special thanks goes out to ATI Foundation Committee Members, Ritu Anil Kanuga, Todd Neumann, and Alyssa Thompson, who braved the elements on this rainy day with a smile on their faces the whole time! We are looking forward to partnering with Project Mobility again in the future!

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