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Donating to the Cause

If driving with us and providing a seat isn’t something that is realistic for you, we kindly accept donations as well. Donations and funds provided go directly to providing Motorized Access Opportunities. Whether it is parts (which we find People with Special Needs and Veteran’s to assist with their vehicles) or funds (which are used to pay for lunches, breakfasts, shirts, hats, travel, hotels, etc. for participants); we will proudly accept these donations to ensure people get a proper shot at experiencing the great outdoors.

To Date, our largest contributors have been:
Trail Hero (An Annual event in Southern Utah, October 7-10, 2020)
www.TheTrailHero.com
National Scrambler Owners Association (A national Jeep Scrambler Club)
Group Facebook Page
E3 OffRoad (Membership based program ensuring Education in Off-Road)
https://e3offroad.com/
Tom & Shannon Holloway (Great Philanthropists from Paso Robles, CA)

Tom & Shannon Holloway (Great Philanthropists from Paso Robles, CA)

BFGoodrich Tires (Unmatched capability through tires designed for performance in difficult and extreme conditions)
https://www.bfgoodrichtires.com/home

We are now accepting online donations through PayPal with the button below.


If you have a donation for Hero For A Day and would rather write a check, please feel free to write a check to:

Hero For A Day
63 East 700 North
La Verkin, Utah 84745

Email us at HeroForADayHFAD@gmail.com if you would like more information.

Ride With Us!

It is amazing how much therapeutic fun can be had with like minded individuals reaching out to the community to create amazing opportunities.

You have an opportunity to experience the outdoors like never before! We will take you out to see the sights and sounds of Nature, conquer/overcome obstacles, and learn about how you can be more mobile with motorized access.

When you join us on one of our Guided Trail Rides, you can expect meals, shirts, and all sorts of other swag and stories, as well as some local history, a little excitement, and a safe journey back into town. We provide a comfortable and fun way to get outside and experience things you likely have never seen before. Natural Arches, Dinosaur Tracks, Historical Artifacts, and more make getting outdoors a passion for all off-roaders and we would like to show you why and how we enjoy it as much as we do!

If this interests you, please e-mail the following: herforadayhfad@gmail.com

Become a Driver

Wish to help in ways that will not only impact people but also yourself? Join us to help on another level: Become a Hero by driving a participant on our Guided Trail Rides.

Whether it is someone with Special Needs or our beloved Veteran’s, we could use you and your 4×4’s front seat to provided an amazing experience that both of you will never forget.

Our requirements are fairly simple:
1. Be cognoscente of who you have riding with you
2. Have 3 years or more experience driving off-road
3. Be willing to listen to a spotter if needed
4. Sacrifice your front seat for one of our participants
5. Most importantly, Be willing to HAVE FUN! 🙂

Driver’s that would like to help on this level, please email us at: HeroForADayHFAD@gmail.com

Come Ride With Us!

Our 2020 Schedule is all but solidified. Here is our plans and if you can join us, we would love to show you what motorized access can provide people in the great outdoors.

April 5th: Moab, Utah
Hero Offroad’s Patriot Crawl. We are teaming up with Patriot Crawl as a sponsor to give rides and SWAG out to Veterans. Contact Hero Offroad to become part of this great event.

May 2nd: Hurricane, Utah
Special Needs Access with RRCI. RRCI (Red Rock Center for Independence) will have riders join us for a tour of Sand Hollow. Breakfast, Lunch, and a T-shirt is included. Contact us for more info.

June 19th-20th: Vernal, Utah
Veterans Access on the white and purple rocks of Vernal, Utah. Join us at a new trail ride event in Vernal, Utah. Contact us for more details.

July 4th: Sand Hollow, Hurricane, Utah
Veterans Access Run and BBQ. Come join us to watch the fireworks, but not hear or feel the percussion from the show. We plan to head out before sunset and BBQ our on the rocks, while having a fun bonfire, all set up to watch the show with our brothers and sisters in arms. Contact Us for More Info.

July 23rd-25th: The Rubicon, California
Veterans Access Run with Hero Offroad and Jeepers Jamboree. We are paying for one LUCKY Veteran to enjoy a week on the Rubicon with US! Additionally we will have gift bags for the first 100 veterans that stop by our booth during the Vendor Show.

October 7th: Sand Hollow, Hurricane, Utah
Special Needs Access Day with Trail Hero. Come join us on the rocks as we give a fun and scenic ride around Sand Hollow, taking you to all of the coolest spots on the mountain. Breakfast and Lunch included, Contact us for more info.

October 8th: Sand Hollow, Hurricane, Utah
Veterans Access Day with Trail Hero. Have breakfast and lunch on us while checking out all the fun and popular spots at the famed Sand Hollow. Contact us for more details.

Hero For A Day has partnered up with Southern Utah’s largest Off-Road event, Trail Hero to help provide access and awareness to the effort of our cause. With Trail Hero’s help, we have reached millions of people to show that outdoor motorized access is necessary for people with disabilities.

Trail Hero’s concentrated effort to help us build awareness has given Hero For A Day real traction within the off-road community. The Trail Hero event is in the beginning week of Every October. In 2020, the date is scheduled for October 7-10 with Hero For A Day having guided trail runs on October 7th with Special Needs Access Day, and October 8th with the Veteran’s Access Day.

Trail Hero donates large amounts of time, effort, and financials to Hero For A Day and we look forward to continuing our relationship with such a great event.

If you have any other events that Hero For A Day could partner up with, or communities that you feel like Hero For A Day could impact, please let us know. We are always looking for ways to build more motorized access opportunities.