The Scott Rigsby Foundation launched the Aid for Boston campaign to support the survivors that suffered loss of limb or mobility as a result of the tragedy at the 2013 Boston Marathon. Your donations are greatly appreciated!
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Anderson Cooper 360 interviews Scott Rigsby about the challenges ahead for the survivors.
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The Scott Rigsby Foundation grants $200,000 to Spaulding Rehabilitation Network in support of the Boston Marathon survivors. Read the press release.
The Scott Rigsby Foundation Aid for Boston campaign enables Boston Marathon survivors to attend the Amputee Coalition of America National Conference in Orlando, FL. Read the Press Release!
Mikey's Run launches national campaign to support survivors in the Boston Marathon. Oprah Winfrey acknowledges Harris and Mikey Stolzberg's mission and donates $100,000 to The Scott Rigsby Foundation Aid for Boston campaign as seen in this FoxSports article.
As part of our Aid for Boston effort, The Scott Rigsby Foundation is teaming up with numerous charitable organizations, teams and companies to advocate for the survivors who suffered loss of limb or mobility at the Boston Marathon. Check out the incredible story of inspiration of our new partners, Mikey's Run.
The Scott Rigsby Foundation is the exclusive charity sponsor of the Ironman70.3 Augusta! The Ironman campaign, called Operation IRONFREEDOM, benefits The Scott Rigsby Foundation’s programs with the Georgia Warrior Alliance to enable warriors and their families as they transition back into their communities. Read the Press Release here!
The Scott Rigsby Foundation attended ceremonies at the Little White House in Warm Springs, GA honoring the 67th anniversay of the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Read Scott Rigsby's comments on the Georgia Public Policy Foundation's website. Watch the video.
Scott Rigsby speaks to the Warrior Transition Battalion from Ft. Bragg, NC at the Georgia Aquarium. Watch as Risgby joins the Wounded Warriors and their families as they "Swim with the Sharks" after encouraging the soldiers to leave their comfort zones. View the FOX5 Atlanta video.