FEATURED HERO

PATRICK CHAMMAS Patrick Chammas was born in Los Angeles, California August 10th 1987. I graduated from Burbank High School in June 2005. I was born with a passion for music and the outdoors. As a kid, it was impossible to get me to stay inside the house. I was always outside skateboarding, biking or just causing trouble. When I was forced to stay inside I spent the majority of my time playing guitar, piano or listening to music. When I was 16 I began hiking, I don’t know what it was but this really awakened something within me. The feeling I would get summiting a ...

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CNN: CHAMPIONS OF CHANGE


CBS NEWS: VETERAN WOUNDED IN AFGHANISTAN CLIMBS MT. EVEREST


GQ MAGAZINE: MOUNT IMPOSSIBLE: HOW A DISABLED VETERAN CONQUERED KILIMANJARO

http://www.gq.com/story/how-disabled-veteran-climbed-kilimanjaro

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THE HEROES PROJECT DOCUMENTARY

We are proud to announce that production is under way for The Heroes Project Documentary. The film covers the stories and journeys of our veteran heroes throughout the globe. The documentary takes an in-depth look at The Heroes Project through the stories of our Heroes' paths from injury, to climbing the summits of the world's tallest peaks and the impact on their lives thereafter.

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MARINE WHO LOST LEG IN AFGHANISTAN TO CLIMB MOUNT EVEREST


Cycle for Heroes 2014 Registration Now LIVE!

Our FIFTH annual Cycle for Heroes fundraising event is right around the corner, REGISTER TODAY! It will take place on Friday, September 12th, 2014 at the Santa Monica Pier. Come out for great music, meet our veterans, watch videos from our climb and more!...

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OPERATION 7 SUMMITS: KOSCIUSZKO


Afghan bomb cost Marine his legs, but not his spirit

So proud of our very own USMC Staff Sgt. Mark Zambon for a feature story of him in the Los Angeles Times. Seems like just yesterday we were celebrating his Kilimanjaro summit.

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Sin piernas, llego a la cima del Aconcagua

Translating to “without legs he reached the summit of Aconcagua,” Los Andes, Argentina’s primary newspaper features USMC Cpl. Brad Ivanchan, his assent up Mt. Aconcagua and The Heroes Project an inspiring organization.

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