Youngstown man one of many running for charity FUNDRAISER: Separately organized events this weekend events all raise money for Ava’s Avengers. By Edwin J. Viera email@example.com Jul 31, 2020 When Youngstown resident Kevin Gibbs heard his friend Doug Collins of Lewiston suffered a stroke and was taken to the ICU at Buffalo General, he wanted to help
Find Your Inner Hero
Fitness for a cause. On August 19th, Ava’s Avengers teamed with PFC CrossFit in Las Vegas for the launch of the Hero Fit event program. Athletes participating raised over $1,000 in support of a Las Vegas family who tragically lost their young daughter after her body rejected a transplant. For more information about creating a Hero Fit event in your area, please email Andrew@AvasAvengers.org
Ava's Avengers SPartan Up!
Ava's Avengers Spartan Up!!
On March 18th and 19th, members of Ava's Avengers and students from their after-school outreach program "Heroes of Tomorrow" stormed the Spartan courses in Las Vegas.With the support of the Spartan Kids Foundation, Ava's Avengers was able to bring kids from Las Vegas schools to participate in their first Spartan Kids races.
The program focuses on health and fitness, as well as teaches kids integrity, hard work, dedication, and community mindfulness. One of the highlights of the race weekend was the fact that an Assistant Principal and teachers from Las Vegas schools participated in their first Spartan races as well. Leading from the front is the Avenger way. and these brave educators and administrators certainly embodied that ideal. Congratulations to all who participated!
Heroes of Tomorrow
Starting in 2023, Ava's Avengers is partnering with the Spartan Kids Foundation for the Heroes of Tomorrow program. Team members from Ava's Avengers volunteer for the after school program that emphasizes the benefits of health and nutrition, as well as instilling the character traits of a hero, teaching the kids to be community minded and help others.
To learn how to support the Heroes of Tomorrow program, please contact Andrew@AvasAvengers.org
Ava’s Avengers constantly strives to serve as a source of inspiration for others by leading from the front. Be it igniting a fire for people to get healthy and push their limits, or inspiring them to become active in helping others in their community, our goal continues to be to help others find their inner hero, and join the fight.
While inspiring friends, family, and strangers across the country is certainly a way to make a lasting impact on families and communities throughout the country, we realize that forging the next generation of heroes is the way to build a better future.
The Heroes of Tomorrow program is designed to help build the next generation of heroes, who will go through life engrained with the virtues and work ethic of heroes. Be it online or in person, coaches and teachers will guide the younger generation, teaching them elements of personal health and fitness, the value of hard work, and the importance of using their own time, abilities, and passions to help others.
In short, Ava’s Avengers have created a hero academy to send the next generation of heroes into the future with hopes of inspiring their peers, and continuing to join the fight in efforts to help those in their darkest hour.
Consider donating to this awesome program by clicking HERE.
Super Hero Sundays
Ava’s Avengers recently visited Ronald McDonald House Las Vegas. Every family staying at the house here in Las Vegas, NV got a gift bag, and personalized card from Ava. On top of that, they baked cookies, brownies, and lemon bars so the families all had treats waiting for them when they get back from the hospital each night.
One Sunday of each month, members of Ava’s Avengers will be hosting Super Hero Sundays at Ronald McDonald House, where they bring gift bags and bake for the families while their children are in the hospital. By clicking on “donate now” above, you can help lift spirits month after month.
Ava's Avengers in the News!
Kevin learned of a local man who suffered a stroke and had medical bills piling up during his extended hospital stay. Many of our Avengers rallied and ran 13.1 miles with him this summer to help raise awareness, funds, and hope. This is what being an Avenger is all about. Fighting the battles for those who can’t. While it may have just been a few miles for us, this gesture will be something this family remembers forever. Knowing you’re not alone during the darkest hours makes all the difference in the world. Thanks for being amazing, guys. Month after month, we’re making a positive impact.
Ava's Avengers in the News!
Ava's Avengers were selected to be the August winner for the Las Vegas Morning Blend and America First Credit Union's "Give Back", which honors community members going above and beyond in their areas.
Communities across America are navigating uncharted waters. In these difficult times, Ava’s Avengers is there to remind you that you are not alone.
If you need help, please contact us. Lonely, bored, or stir-crazy? We can send you suggestions of ways to get through this. Kids at home and need assistance? We can email you resources and suggestions.
Please feel free to email Andrew@AvasAvengers.org for help. Stay strong, everybody. We got this.
Holiday Toy Run 2019
Ava's Avengers spread Holiday Cheer through the Las Vegas Valley. After a successful Toy Drive and fundraiser at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay at THE ROCK OFF, and a nationwide Run Drive with Avengers running in over a dozen states, Ava's Avengers was able to bring Holiday Cheer and deliver toys, clothing, care products, and essentials to wonderful groups in the Vegas Valley such as Ronald McDonald House, Kidz Uplifting Kidz, and Child Haven, and foster families across the Valley. Ava's Avengers would like to extend gratitude to all who helped bring the Holiday Spirit to others.
Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House 2020
Ava's Avengers started a mission in January 2019: to raise enough money to pay for a room at Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House for the entire year of 2020. We want to bring hope to families that stay here by paying for their stay, so they have one less thing to worry about when their child needs medical services.
We accomplished our mission on April 27th, 2019. Pictured here is Ava, presenting Amy, the Director of Operations, and Manny, the Executive Director at Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House, with a check to pay for all of 2020 for the Ava’s Avengers room, Room #25!
Huge thank you to everyone who contributed to our mission! Whether it was your time, energy, or money; your good deeds went to helping those in need. We also want to thank Amy and Manny for an awesome tour of the facilities. It was an amazing experience!
On to the next mission!!!
The Shade Tree Las Vegas Toy Donation
On April 23, 2019, Ava's Avengers donated a truck full of toys to help bring joy to children at The Shade Tree. The Shade Tree's mission is to provide safe shelter to homeless and abused women & children in crisis: as well as, offer life-changing services promoting stability, dignity, and self-reliance. They accomplish this by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of community partners and donors. Ava's Avengers are honored to be able to support The Shade Tree.
Be sure to mention you heard about FUNDrive through Ava’s Avengers!
On June 2, 2019, Ava’s Avenger donated over 1,000 pounds of clothes, as well as many boxes of hard goods, toys, and books to the FUNDrive at Saver's in Las Vegas, NV! Just one of the many ways you can help out and support the community and families in need. Keep checking back to see what we are up to next!
Mighty Mosquito Conquered!
The Blue Mountain Foundation partnered with Ava’s Avengers by donating a team entry for their Mighty Mosquito relay. This allowed Ava’s Avengers to continue to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House.
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