The Piper’s Angels Foundation just wrapped its signature event Crossing For A Cure, a long-distance paddle board challenge for cystic fibrosis (CF). The 75-mile adventure from the Bahamas to The Palm Beaches was completed on June 16 with 100 paddlers and 30 boats, raising almost $200,000! Organizers also announced the premiere of Epic Love, a film documenting the 2018 Crossing For A Cure. The screening is on August 16 at Cinepolis in Jupiter at 6:30pm. “It was amazing to see so many people come together to challenge themselves and each other,” said Travis Suit, Founder of Piper’s Angels in honor of his daughter, Piper, who was diagnosed with CF at the age of four. “I love watching people get excited about spreading the positive message of making the most out of circumstances we face.” The Foundation wants to make this one of the most prestigious paddle events in the world, generating large scale awareness for CF while attracting participants and spectators to The Palm Beaches. See more at crossingforacure.com.
Travis and Piper Suit