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$100K Raised for Homeless Vets

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“The opposite of success isn’t failure because failure is part of success, but it’s quitting,” said Willis Reavis, a former homeless veteran and Trinity House resident.

Willis’ words set the tone for the inaugural Trinity Combine, a one-day decathlon fundraiser that raised more than $100,000 for the homeless veteran and men’s programs at Trinity Community Ministries. The Combine was on May 17 at Georgia Tech.

More than 125 participants from Trinity Community Ministries, Ironwood, Synovus, CrossFit 404 and others competed for bragging rights, but more importantly to give back to veterans in need who gave so much for their country.

– Andre Ledgister, SPR Atlanta

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Brad Kay May 28, 2015 - 12:03 am

So very proud of what all of you young men accomplished this day. I hope to be a part of this event nex year either by participation as an entrant or as a volunteer helping you guys put this event together.


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