May 3, 2014 — 14th Annual 50 Mile Hike banner

May 3, 2014 — 14th Annual 50 Mile Hike

A team for PROJECT USE-URBAN SUBURBAN

  • $4,355
    Raised
  • 82
    Donors
  • 26
    Fundraisers

This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$4,355 raised of $25,000

Join Project U.S.E. May 3, 2014 for our 14th Annual 50 Mile Hike! We are also offering the 50 Mile Relay, 16.5-miler and 6-miler.

Leaderboard

name dollars donors

1

Anthony Capone

Anthony Capone

$760 9

2

Suzanne Horsley

Suzanne Horsley

$700 10

3

Basil Harris

Basil Harris

$625 7

4

Jason Harding

Harding Badger 50-Miler Hike

$425 14

5

Ed Sumner

Ed Sumner

$355 7

6

amy cline

Hike in the Woods for Inner City Kids!

$340 15

7

Kenneth Goldman

50 Mile Hike 2014

$300 2

8

Donna Strick

50 Mile Hike 2014

$200 2

9

Christopher Root

2014 50 mile hike

$185 6

10

Caroline Wooldridge

Caroline Wooldridge

$170 4

11

Shana Pyatt-Buckner

North Star Academy Hikers for Newark

$150 2

12

Lee Kathenes

Lee Kathenes 50 Mile AT Hike

$80 3

13

Jonathan Cuskey

Jon Cuskey 50 Mile Hike

$50 1

14

Brian Kathenes

Brian Kathenes & Nancy Arnot Hikers

$45 2

15

Grace Golodolinski

50 Mile Hike Challenge- Project USE

$20 1

16

Nicholas Gonzalez

50 Mile Hike Challenge-Project U.S.E.

$0 0

17

Erin O'Connell

Erin O'Connell

$0 0

18

Liz Stiverson

Liz Stiverson

$0 0

19

Anthony Castanza

Project U.S.E. 50 Mile Hike Challenge

$0 0

20

Nicholas Gonzalez

50 Mile Hike Challenge-Project U.S.E.

$0 0

21

Sarah Buxton

PROJECT USE Fundraiser

$0 0

22

Nicholas Gonzalez

50 Mile Hike Challenge for Project U.S.E.

$0 0

23

Allison Cuttler

Allison Cuttler

$0 0

24

PJ Rakoski

PJ Rakoski

$0 0

25

Michael Campagna

Mike's Hike

$0 0

26

Larry Brady

16 Mile AT Hike

$0 0

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REGISTER FOR THE HIKE HERE

Join us Saturday May 3, 2014 for a Project U.S.E. Spring tradition! This is our 14th Annual 50 Mile Hike. Each year we gather more people and raise more money for experiential education programs that postitivley impact thousands of young people and adults each year. In 2013 we raised $19,000 among 65 hikers, from 6 yrs. old on up. We invite you to join us in making 2014 another record-breaking year!

PROJECT U.S.E.

When Project U.S.E. started taking people into the outdoor classroom in 1970 we had little idea of the breadth and scope our programs would span decades later. As a nonprofit educational organization we provide acclaimed experiential learning opportunities to more than 7,000 young people and adults each year. Specializing in the out-of-the-ordinary, our tools and tactics support academic learning and promote self-respect, strong character and social and environmental consciousness. In their entirety our services focus on three main areas: Experiential Education, Job Readiness + Life Skills, and Professional Development. We offer adventure-based wilderness expeditions, employment skills training, curriculum-based school programs, and consulting services to educators, trainers, and managers. Our workshop locations range from natural environments to city streets to waterways to school buildings to boardrooms.

We are proud of our forty years of accomplishment and of our continued development. In a recent letter our great friend and partner David Grant, President of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, told us “You are the change you wish to see in the world.” We look forward to the opportunity to put our skills and experience to work for you, and help you become the change you wish to see in the world.

Team Captain

Anthony Capone Anthony Capone