Category: News

Noelle’s Angels Fundraiser
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Noelle’s Angels Fundraiser

Join Noelle’s Angels and The Born To Run Foundation at Fenway Johnnie’s Thursday, June 6th for a fun event to benefit our mission. By purchasing a ticket, you will also be given one free drink ticket of any beverage. Come and relax after work for some tasty appetizers and nice cold beverages and listen to...

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Made our second donation

Proud to announce that we have made our second donation to 24 year old @em_graham today! With her new waterproof prosthetic, it will surely make life easier for this amazing young woman! We are incredibly grateful to help her and be apart of her journey! @ Spaulding Rehabilitation Network  

Heroes Among Us Award
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Heroes Among Us Award

1/26/2019 Dear Noelle Lambert, Congratulations on your selection for the Heroes Among Us Award presented by the Mass. State Lottery, NBC Sports Boston and 98.5 The SportsHub! At every home game since 1997, this award has been given to an individual or individuals who, through their unique commitment and spirit, have made exceptional and lasting...

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Born to Run Foundation Donates Prosthetic Running Blade to Little Boy – NESN News Story

 . New England Cable News https://www.necn.com/news/new-england/Born-to-Run-Foundation-Donates-Prosthetic-Blade-to-Little-Boy-503172751.html A 3-year-old boy is running again thanks to the help of the Born to Run Foundation, a local charity dedicated to helping child amputees that was created after a Massachusetts college student’s near-death accident. Noelle Lambert loves sports and her lacrosse team at UMass-Lowell, but a moped ride on Martha’s Vineyard...

The Born to Run Foundation Golf Tournament
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The Born to Run Foundation Golf Tournament

Download the PDF Flyer to register here Buy tickets here The Born to Run Foundation Golf Tournament September 11, 2018 At the Brookmeadow Country Club 100 Everendon Road, Canton, MA 02021 Format: Scramble Registration Fee: Foursome $600, single $150 – Includes Golf, Cart & Lunch. Please return this completed form with fee payment no later...

What It Was Like to Lose My Leg at 19
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What It Was Like to Lose My Leg at 19

In July 2016, Noelle Lambert was a 19-year-old student and lacrosse player at UMass Lowell when she lost her leg in a moped accident. This is her story, as told to Megan Johnson: It was my first time ever going to Martha’s Vineyard. Me and my friend Kelly, she’s also on the lacrosse team, went...

Her Own Terms: UMass Lowell’s Noelle Lambert
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Her Own Terms: UMass Lowell’s Noelle Lambert

This appears in the November issue of Inside Lacrosse Magazine. The cover features UMass-Lowell player Noelle Lambert and is called “The Adversity Issue.” Subscribe to Inside Lacrosse here. “I’m going to finish this whole thing. I don’t care how long it takes me. I don’t want to stop at all.” That was what Noelle Lambert...

December 22, 2017January 24, 2019 in News