In order to keep everyone safe, the day is limited to 30 participants! So while all are welcome it is first come, first served. You are all set once you've confirmed it with Jean.

2019 Volunteers (so far)

Greg Urban

Josie Martin


What could be better than a day of fun and laughter for people with FA and our friends & family to become more connected to each other?

To your right is a video of Patrick, who has Friedreich's Ataxia (FA), doing the high challenge course element the Swingshot. (If you want to come, don't let that scare you! You can do a high element like that, but you don't have to.)  We are having our eighth annual day in 2019. You can join us on  Monday August 12th. The day is for your friends, family and PCAs too!

the swingshot...

SparkHope Fa Adventure Day

2019 SPONSORS (so far)

Project Adventure




THESE DAYS WOULDN'T HAPPEN WITHOUT OUR SPONSORS AND VOLUNTEERS

FRIENDS

Want to join us?


When Monday August 12th
WhatA fun day of games, problem solving, using the challenge course and just enjoying FAmily (anyone in the FA community)
WhereProject Adventure's Moraine Farm, Beverly, MA (get directions here)
WhoPeople with FA and/or their loved ones (13+)... we ask that each person with FA bring no more than 3 people with them so as many as possible can participate
Cost: This year we are charging $10/person and no more than $50 per FAmily group. This will help cover the meals.  Simply bring $10 with you.

Meals: The day includes coffee and breakfast snacks & a full lunch
Want to learn more or register? Email Jean and she will answer your questions or sign you up.  

FUN

HOPE

Until there's a cure, we will live with hope

The PayPal button says "donate," but you can pay your registration fee here as long as you've registered with Jean.

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Become a sponsor ... any amount helps!

Sponsor FA Adventure Day here. This donation is not tax deductible, if you'd rather make a tax deductible donation, email Jean.

Don't just take our word for it...

read about and see photos of the 2017 days on the FARA Ambassador blog.