Our founder, Terrence Ogden, exemplifies resilience, celebrating 21+ years of sobriety after triumphing over severe drug addiction and homelessness. Terrence rebuilt his life, free from his tumultuous past, and crafted a future he proudly embraced. After achieving personal redemption, Terrence yearned for a deeper purpose. Inspired by Victor Frankel's profound words, "The meaning of life is to help another man find his," from the book "Man's Search for Meaning," he went looking for more. Intrigued by the challenge presented in the story of the Immortal 32, he embarked on a mission to test his physical and mental limits. Could he walk the same 75 miles that the men of the Immortal 32 did? The answer was a resounding yes, and for the first two years, he and a friend accomplished this feat unaided.Through this journey, Terrence discovered that while his personal challenges were rewarding, the true power of humanity emerged when helping teammates. This realization compelled him to share this transformative experience with a wider audience. In the third year, he tripled the number of participants, and this number increased even further in the fourth year. Guiding others through their own challenges has become Terrence's calling.