COBE Student Hardship Fund

$4,572
18%
Raised toward our $25,000 Goal
20 Donors
131
days left
Project ends on November 13, at 11:59 PM MST
Project Owners

Evan

Ruzanski

Undisclosed Amount

2 days ago

Coleman

Benson

$51.52

2 days ago

Paula

Benson

Undisclosed Amount

2 days ago

David

Klungle

$50

3 days ago

Ally

Daniels

Undisclosed Amount

4 days ago

Dana

Cameron

Undisclosed Amount

5 days ago

Colby

Jenkins

Undisclosed Amount

5 days ago

Mark

Cowan

$204.56

Jun 19, 2022

John

West

$1,000

Jun 16, 2022

Barbara

Newell

$100

Jun 15, 2022

May

Bao

$102.53

Jun 15, 2022

anne

hamby

$100

Jun 15, 2022

Anonymous

$102.53

Jun 09, 2022

Troy

Hyatt

$102.53

Jun 09, 2022

Anonymous

$100

Jun 06, 2022

Tatsiana

Razzhavaikina

$100

Jun 05, 2022

Anthony

Milkus

$200

Jun 04, 2022

Michael

Glover

$102.53

Jun 01, 2022

Nicole

Melchiori

$1,002.53

Jun 01, 2022

Matthew

Stallings

$1,000

May 31, 2022
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$25

$0.25 / Mile

Stress fractures and other musculoskeletal overuse injuries can plague ultra runners, including fractures of the foot, pelvis, femur, tibia, and fibula. Thank you for your donation!

$50

$0.50 / Mile

Ultra running burns a higher percentage of fat and diverts blood away from the stomach to the muscles, which can lead to nausea, vomitting, and digestive issues. Thank you for your donation!

$100

$1.00 / Mile

Temporary blurred vision may occur in longer ultramarathons due to corneal swelling, as cells that normally provide a protective liquid layer over the corneas can become damaged. Thank you for your donation!

$250

$2.50 / Mile

Body temperature is more likely to drop too low in an ultramarathon, resulting in hypothermia when energy stores are depleted and weather conditions vary. Thank you for your donation!

$500

$5.00 / Mile

Ultra runners run for more than 24 hours at a time, resulting in sleep deprivation which can lead to disorientation, dizziness, and hallucinations. Thank you for your donation!

$1,000

$10.00 / Mile

Ultra runners risk exercise-associated hyponatremia, a potentially deadly condition in which drinking too much water or sports drink dilutes the body's sodium, causing cells to swell and burst. Thank you for your donation!

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