2019 Army Ten-Miler

Reynolds Team RUNS 4 Team Fisher House 2018
Reynolds Team RUNS 4 Team Fisher House 2018

The Reynolds Team

HELP OUR MILITARY & THEIR FAMILIES!

The Reynolds Team has partnered up with Team Fisher House (our Team's Exclusive Fundraising Charity) for the 35th Army Ten-Miler Race on October 13th, 2019. Our team is raising funds for The Fisher House Foundation. Fisher House creates a Home Away From Home for our Military and their families while they are receiving medical treatment. Please help us raise money for our team and from your donation, Debbie, Sarah, and The Reynolds Team will match your donation to reach our Team GOAL of $15,000! So please help us reach our fundraising goal by August 4th!!! Any amount you donate will be greatly appreciated!

Read this moving story & watch the video below about the Chwalik Family on how the Fisher House was a saving grace when they least expected it.

The Chwalik Family Fisher House Story

Senior Master Sergeant Richard (Joe) Chwalik was awarded a Purple Heart for injuries suffered during a deployment to Afghanistan. But it was the birth of his son, Jeremy, that brought Fisher House into his life.

When Jeremy was born, the Chwaliks were a dual-military couple stationed in Ramstein, Germany. His mom, Erika, knew there were going to be complications when he was born, but not the extent. The base hospital wasn’t equipped to deal with Jeremy’s two congenital heart issues, a club foot, and Down syndrome. He needed specialty pediatric care that meant leaving his dad and brother in Germany, while he and his mom came back to the States for his medical treatment. 

Within hours of his birth, Jeremy and his mom were on a military cargo plane headed to Washington, D.C. After settling Jeremy into the  Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Erika headed to the Fisher House. 

This would be the first of many stays at a Fisher House for the Chwalik family, as little Jeremy received treatment as a newborn, and again four years later when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

“Since Jeremy’s birth five years ago, the Fisher House has been a saving grace when we least expected it,” said Erika. “Fisher House allows you to have a normal life in an abnormal circumstance.”

You can help military and veterans’ families, like the Chwalik’s, feel that sense of normality when they need it most, during a medical crisis. 

Hugs,

Debbie, Sarah, & The Reynolds Team

Donate with confidence: Fisher House has received a four-star rating from Charity Navigator 15 years in a row and an A+ rating from CharityWatch/American Institute of Philanthropy.

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