This isn’t exactly a cheer picture, but this picture means a lot more than words can describe.
His name is Travis Roy, and he was a hockey player.
Throughout his whole childhood he had a love for hockey, and after working so hard to make it to where he was (Boston University).. one hit ruined everything.
Eleven Seconds into his first college hockey game career, he got hit, crashed into the glass boards and cracked his 4th & 5th vertabra, paralyzing him from the neck down.
He is now known as a quadriplegic, and his love of hockey was taken away from him.
He now has a foundation, called the Travis Roy Foundation, which helps spinal cord injury survivors by giving them grants to help pay for many needs (wheelchairs, equipment etc.).
Now this may not suit your blog in any way or form, but I’m asking you to please reblog this. It would mean a lot, just get the word out.
My goal is 100 Notes for this post, please lets try and surpass this.
-Sarah (from thecheerteapot)
If you would like to donate, here is the link to the website: http://www.travisroyfoundation.org/

This isn’t exactly a cheer picture, but this picture means a lot more than words can describe.

His name is Travis Roy, and he was a hockey player.

Throughout his whole childhood he had a love for hockey, and after working so hard to make it to where he was (Boston University).. one hit ruined everything.

Eleven Seconds into his first college hockey game career, he got hit, crashed into the glass boards and cracked his 4th & 5th vertabra, paralyzing him from the neck down.

He is now known as a quadriplegic, and his love of hockey was taken away from him.

He now has a foundation, called the Travis Roy Foundation, which helps spinal cord injury survivors by giving them grants to help pay for many needs (wheelchairs, equipment etc.).

Now this may not suit your blog in any way or form, but I’m asking you to please reblog this. It would mean a lot, just get the word out.

My goal is 100 Notes for this post, please lets try and surpass this.

-Sarah (from thecheerteapot)

If you would like to donate, here is the link to the website: http://www.travisroyfoundation.org/