A one of a kind, laser engraved map that displays the topography of the Leadville Trail 100 MTB is being auctioned off to benefit the Life Time Foundation. To bid on the item, one can click here. The auction ends on Thursday, August 16th at 11:45 PM MDT.
To learn more about the Life Time Foundation, read about Bahram Akradi’s mission below:
Bahram Akradi founded The Life Time Foundation more than a decade ago. He believed that school food should feed children’s brains and bodies — not harm them. Ever since, the Life Time Foundation has been committed to removing the Harmful 7 Ingredients of Concern from the School Food Program:
How do we do this? We partner with school districts to provide financial support in the form of grants that are customized for every school. We have given grants for capital equipment, education and marketing to help schools eliminate the Harmful 7 Ingredients of Concern.
We also offer nutrition staff and administrators with the tools and training they need to make the transition as seamless as possible. Plus, we educate kids through our Nutrition Literacy & Movement Lessons.
Life Time Foundation is continually working to develop sustainable approaches to accelerate healthy change in school food. We have given grants to 504 schools, serving 277,000 children and 37 million meals.
A one of a kind, laser engraved map that displays the topography of the Leadville Trail 100 Run is being auctioned off to benefit the Leadville Trail 100 Legacy Foundation. One can bid on the map here. The auction is open on August 17th, at 2 PM MDT and closes August, 19th at 4 PM MDT.
Created by Ken Chlouber and Merilee Maupin, the Leadville Trail 100 Legacy Foundation looks to support the needs of the Leadville, Lake County community and build a better, brighter tomorrow, while respecting their mining heritage. The foundation also provides every Lake Country high school student with a $1000 scholarship toward any form of higher education. With this being the 25th year of the MTB, the Legacy Foundation is looking to raise $25,000.