Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program

Thunder News.

Let Get Ready To Roll and Run

With The Thunder!

Each year, Rolling Thunder hosts the THUNDER RUN, in Hauppauge NY (on Long Island), to raise money for the Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program.  Rolling Thunder is a non profit (501c3) organization. With no membership fees, the club relies entirely on fundraising, donations and sponsorships to keep Rolling Thunder running. ***Don’t miss this event! All proceeds to benefit Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program.  We train athletes with AUTISM, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, and other intellectual, developmental and physics disabilities.***  To make a tax deductible donation or become a race sponsor, please see: Corporate Sponsor Letter or Individual Sponsorship Letter              For more information on the THUNDER RUN, contact: TBD at TBD

Team USA To Be Announced To The INAS

World Championships

2016 INAS Wold Championship are to be held in New York, USA on October 30th, 2016.  Team Selections is yet to be announced. Stay toned as new information is release from the National Rolling Thunder Board Chair.

Rolling Thunder National Board

Named!

Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program has developed and named The Rolling Thunder National Board. Steve Cuomo National Board Chair (Blank) National Board Vice Chair (Blank) National Board Secretary (Blank) National Board Treasure (Blank) National Board Member (New York) Claire Braun National Board Member (Minnesota) (Blank) National Board Member (Boston) Mark Braun National Athlete Repersenative

U.S. Paralympic Team Trials

U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United Olympic Committee are hosting the 2016 U.S. Paralympic Team Trials in Charlotte, North Carolina. Along with Team Trials for Paralympic Swimming and Paralympic Cycling. All three events will be held June 30th - July 4th, 2016 Support Rolling Thunder Athletes as they compete for a spot on the 2016 U.S. Paralympic Team heading to Rio De Janeiro.
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Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program

Thunder News.

Let Get Ready To Roll and

Run With The Thunder!

Each year, Rolling Thunder hosts the THUNDER RUN, in Hauppauge NY (on Long Island), to raise money for the Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program.  Rolling Thunder is a non profit (501c3) organization. With no membership fees, the club relies entirely on fundraising, donations and sponsorships to keep Rolling Thunder running. ***Don’t miss this event! All proceeds to benefit Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program.  We train athletes with AUTISM, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, and other intellectual, developmental and physics disabilities.***  To make a tax deductible donation or become a race sponsor, please see: Corporate Sponsor Letter or Individual Sponsorship Letter              For more information on the THUNDER RUN, contact: TBD at TBD

Team USA To Be Announced To The INAS World

Championships

2016 INAS Wold Championship are to be held in New York, USA on October 30th, 2016.  Team Selections is yet to be announced. Stay toned as new information is release from the National Rolling Thunder Board Chair.

Rolling Thunder National

Board Named!

Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program has developed and named The Rolling Thunder National Board. Steve Cuomo National Board Chair (Blank) National Board Vice Chair (Blank) National Board Secretary (Blank) National Board Treasure (Blank) National Board Member (New York) Claire Braun National Board Member (Minnesota) (Blank) National Board Member (Boston) Mark Braun National Athlete Repersenative

U.S. Paralympic Team Trials

U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United Olympic Committee are hosting the 2016 U.S. Paralympic Team Trials in Charlotte, North Carolina. Along with Team Trials for Paralympic Swimming and Paralympic Cycling. All three events will be held June 30th - July 4th, 2016 Support Rolling Thunder Athletes as they compete for a spot on the 2016 U.S. Paralympic Team heading to Rio De Janeiro.