Action Tank On The Road: Running, Cycling & Fundraising for the Good of the Community

Action Tank Members have been busy participating in athletic events supporting veterans and the community.

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This spring our members raised thousands of dollars, generated awareness, and met personal goals to better the community. They demonstrated Action Tank’s core values of empathy, collaboration, and service beyond their organizational roles.

A huge congratulations to member, Nick Lierman, founder of Team Foster, who raised 83K during the Ruff Ride cycling event to support acquisition of service dogs for veterans in need at no cost to the veteran. Members Chris Diaz, Emily Balog, Randy Hsia , Linda Fontanilla, Mark Torres, Darrell Wisseman, and Jessica Wisniewski participated in the event on a veteran team organized by Jessica Wisniewski.

AT members and Pat Tillman Scholars, Emily Balog and Chris Diaz, ran the Tillman Honors Run in support of the Pat Tillman Foundation and legacy of NFL hero Pat Tillman.

Member Darrel Wisseman of Blue Hen Veterans & Friends, cycled with adaptive athletes in Face of America Gettysburg event, a 112-mile cycling ride from the Pentagon to Gettysburg hosted by World TEAM and raised over $4,000 to support adaptive athletic events totaling over $700,000.

Member Carlo Aragoncillo ran with the Sergeant Major of the Army, Daniel Dailey, to honor a fallen soldier and brought color to a service organization.

Member Mark Torres finished the Naked Prussian 50 Mile Ultra in under 11 hrs crushing a personal milestone and demonstrating inner and outer strength, dedication, and perseverance.

Congratulations to a dedicated team of veterans who continue to serve the community!