Beaverton High Schools sold First Aid kits to raise funds. Then surprised Doctor Duwelius with a check for $5,500 to support the next Operation Walk Freedom to Move medical mission.
134 Students involved in the HOSA program where apart of the fundraising involving the sales of first aid kits. HOSA is a unique program of leadership development, motivation and recognition for secondary, post secondary, adult and collegiate students enrolled in Health Science Education programs and/or interested in pursuing careers in health care.
Watch the recorded live stream below:
Here a couple of students talk about their experience raising funds for Operation Walk Freedom to move:
Enjoy some pictures of the students and first aid kits below:
"Movement is life, freedom, and independence."
-Dr. Paul Duwelius, Founder of Freedom to Move