Hero for a Day received incredible support during last week’s Trail Hero event in Utah. Two special donations will advance their work creating accessibility for Veterans and people with special needs.
E3 OffRoad Association presented Hero for A Day with a $4,280 gift. Shortly after the check was presented, an E3 OffRoad Association member matched the donation!
Watch the video above to see the check presentation.
E3 OffRoad Association offers a new membership program for off road enthusiasts, which launched last month. A portion of all E3 OffRoad’s monthly memberships are dedicated to supporting Hero for A Day and its charitable causes. The overwhelming registration in the association’s first few days allowed E3 to present this first donation. Support will continue to come from a portion of future member subscriptions.
Hero for A Day provides accessibility to off road travel and exploration for Veterans and people with disabilities. They ensure trail access through special events, adaptive vehicles and more. One project these funds will make possible is adding hand controls to a jeep for a woman who was recently in a serious accident.
Brittany and Kevin Williams, E3 OffRoad co-founders and YouTube celebrities, presented the check to Rich Klein of Hero for A Day. “Giving back like this was a priority for us when we created E3 Off Road,” said Brittany. “These guys make it possible for people who can only enjoy the outdoors on a motorized vehicle to get outdoors and enjoy it. I honestly couldn’t think of a better charity for this.”