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Where does your compassion lead you?

The VA Vigilante PaddleFit Challenge requires focus, determination, strength, perseverance, courage, and most of all compassion. As athletes and hosts, we rush. We’re constantly running through an endless to do list. If you’re anything like myself, you feel relief as your check off each item. We all go through times of high stress and test our endurance; however, can we dare ask why we do what we do?

I’d like to take this time to address who we are and why we’ve come together to help veterans.

 VA Vigilante

The goal of the VA Vigilante, Inc. non-profit organization is to help homeless and disabled veterans in need. As both a veteran and Attorney, David Russotto has a heart for helping veterans, paddleboarding, and fitness. It seemed only natural for Russotto to combine his passions into an exciting event that donates all proceeds directly to the Onslow County Community Foundation for Homeless Veterans, Home of Camp Lejeune.

 PaddleFit

Paddlefit aims to help people achieve their fitness goals outside the traditional treadmill and monotony of endless weight repetitions. The system is meant to combine standup paddleboarding and fitness techniques for an unforgettable workout.

 Wrightsville SUP

With interests in everything water-related, how could we not partner with Jarrod Covington, founder and owner of Wrightsville SUP?  His passion for watersports, especially paddleboarding, led to his founding of Wrightsville SUP. Furthermore, Covington thoroughly enjoys helping both veterans and watersports enthusiasts alike.

 CrossFit Re-Ignited

As a performance-based fitness group, CrossFit Re-Ignited is excited to be with the VA Vigilante PaddleFit Challenge! Their devotion to full body training leads to inspirational fitness results. CrossFit Re-Ignited aims to help participants achieve their goals.

We are so thankful for our partnerships and cannot wait for the 2nd Annual VA Vigilante PaddleFit Challenge! Our common thread is fitness; but what we really aim to sow together is the lives of those have laid down their lives for us. This is why we choose to compassionately endure for our cause. And our question is: Will you join us in our passionate pursuit to provide for homeless and disabled veterans?

If so, we’d love to hear from you!

 Attention: Calling all businesses, if you’re interested in sponsoring our VA Vigilante Paddlefit Challenge send us a message or email! (andream@mrslawfirm.com) We’d love to get all the support we can get for our veterans!