Bachus & Schanker, LLC Cares Foundation Supports 2011 Pike’s Peak Challenge

Bachus & Schanker, LLC pikes peak hiking team

The Bachus & Schanker, LLC Cares Foundation is proud to once again sponsor John and Kathy Gleason as they scale Pikes Peak in the Pikes Peak Challenge. This annual event supports survivors of brain injuries in Colorado. Survivors, family and friends hike 13 miles and 7400 vertical feet along the Barr Trail. Each participant must raise at least $150 in donations prior to the hike and can earn prizes for donations at higher levels.

The Challenge is the major fundraising event to fund programs and services through the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado and Memorial Health System’s Think First for Kids Head & Spinal Cord Injury Prevention Program.

The Bachus & Schanker, LLC Cares Foundation works to provide support to those in the Colorado community who have been affected by life changing tragedies and we have seen many who struggle with TBI.

To learn more about the Pikes Peak Challenge or to get involved, visit

The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIAC)

This organization was formed in 1980 by family and friends who saw a need in the Colorado community for support services for those affected by brain injuries. Funds from the Pikes Peak Challenge help provide these services to over two thousand survivors, families and professionals each year. To learn more about the BIAC, visit the BIAC website.

ThinkFirst is a national injury prevention program that help to educate youth about personal vulnerability and risk taking. Many children and teens are at a high risk for brain injuries beacase of their active lifestyles and this program has a fun-filled and high energy message of “ThinkFirst” to protect mind and body. To learn more at the ThinkFirst website.

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