We are thrilled to announce that HAF will be gathering to watch the 2021 Boston Marathon, where Team Limb-it-less will (finally!) cross the finish line! We invite you to join us on Monday, October 11th at one of the best spots to watch on Boylston, Rochambeau (the old Towne). DJ Zati will be spinning your favorite tunes and delicious bites will be served throughout the day along with a cash beer/wine bar. Buy Tickets To ensure a fun, yet safe day, the number of attendees will be limited, and seating provided. Guests 12 and over are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results received within 72 hours of the event. Guests also must wear masks when not eating or drinking per current City of Boston protocols.…
This fall, HAF will hold our inaugural Rhode Island event in Newport! Our 5th Annual Fall Kick Off Fundraiser will be hosted by @The Deck on Waite’s Wharf from 1:00-5:00pm. This premiere event, as it has in years past when held in Boston, attracts local celebrities, politicians, sports figures and the media. Get all the details and purchase tickets today!
Thompson is a congenital amputee, born missing his left arm, starting at the shoulder. As difficult as one could imagine it is to perform everyday tasks with the use of only one arm, not knowing any other way, Thompson has done a great job figuring things out, eventually using a prosthesis. Read more about the amazing Thompson!
Courtesy of WBZ-TV BOSTON (CBS) – As a football player for MIT, Riley Quinn has made some incredible interceptions. But, the first is one he’ll never forget. “I think the coaches and players were a little surprised. They were like, ‘Look, if this kid has one hand and can catch a football, we should be able to figure this out.’ I think it was a little source of inspiration,” said Quinn. Riley has always inspired those around him. He was born without a left hand, but he has never let that limit him. Not in baseball, basketball, football or life. “I like to think I live my life and don’t really let anyone else define what I can and cannot do,” said Quinn. Read the full article here.