Troy's Run Foundation
Troy’s Run Foundation Benefiting Brain Injury Awareness, is a volunteer based organization focused on creating a better lifestyle for Brain Injury survivors and their loved one’s.
Our mission is to enhance the lives of those living with the effects of acquired brain injury, through Hope, Prevention, and Education.
Our TEAM would like to thank all the volunteer's, sponsor's, and communities across Canada who have helped make 2012 a year to remember.
Troy's Run Foundation is well on it's way to becoming one of Canada's most recognizable Brain Injury Organizations, striving to ensure a better life for Brain Injury Survivor's and their loved ones.
In November 2012, Troy Adams, Founder and President of Troy's Run Foundation - wrapped up his final leg of his Cross Canada Run. Successfully averaging a marathon a day for close to 9 months. Moments after jumping head first into the Pacific Ocean, Troy stated the following,
"The run across Canada may be coming to an end, but the journey has just begun my friends"
We ask you today, to join our TEAM, and support Brain Injury Awareness through HOPE, Prevention and Education.
Together Everyone Achieves More
A Message From Troy
On August 11, 2003 at age 16, I was involved in a car crash that forever changed my life. I suffered many injuries that day, none more significant than my acquired brain injury. Whether it’s depression, anxiety, bouts of OCD, etc. - running seems to be the one thing that can ease my mind.
A brain injury can be a very complex injury, and for the person who suffers, it can be all the worse. For example, it took me nearly eight years to realize I was a ‘survivor’ and not a victim. Following years of ongoing therapy and unconditional love from my family and friends, I’m finally able to look in the mirror and see a survivor looking back.
It has been a long journey, and there’s still a ways to go, but I believe if we work together, we can make this transition much more manageable. I am committed to doing my best to ensure no one has to live through the troubles I have had along the way, and to make sure there’s enough support available to help survivors and their loved ones through this emotional transition.
This journey is no longer about me, but about everyone else. This is a movement for positive change. Let’s create HOPE for tomorrow, by taking action today.