Brian Stark has remained close to the organization over the years. Most recently, he participated in the Journey of Hope Ride Along Challenge, our Founders' Day 5k, and even a local Ramp Build Project. Find out what has kept Brian committed to serving others - ESPECIALLY in a year like 2020.
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Earl Layumas, Epsilon Theta (Seton Hall) cycled the Journey of Hope South Route in 1992 - well, kind of... We recently caught up with Earl about his experience and how it launched into a career of service.
Ryan Thibodaux, Gamma Iota (LSU) considers himself a life-long Pi Alpha. After cycling the Journey of Hope North Route in 1996, the trip has continued to influence his life nearly a quarter-century later.
The Capitol Lawn received its annual visit from The Ability Experience last week as a group of Pi Alphas, including Ability Experience staff members and long-time volunteers, rode from Charlotte, NC to Washington D.C. in memory of Todd Porterfield and Jason Tirado.
When the opportunity for alumni to be a part of the of the Journey of Hope team presented itself to Smith, he began exploring the very real possibility of putting his passion for cycling to work in service of others.