The Range of Motion Project uses funding from Gnarly Nutrition’s Fuel For Life grant to lead a global mobility campaign providing prosthetic care to amputees in need

October 11, 2022

DENVER, CO – Oct. 11, 2022 / ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE / — The Range of Motion Project (ROMP) is thrilled to announce that it has been selected as a recipient of the Gnarly Nutrition Fuel for Life grant. ROMP was chosen as the winner from over 150 submissions and received the grand prize of $12,000 based on the organization’s ongoing mission to provide prosthetic care to the underserved and raise awareness about the unequal distribution of prosthetic devices. worldwide support. Gnarly’s funding will be applied to the continuation of the annual “Climbing for ROMP” campaign – which this year involves the summit of Cotopaxi, Ecuador’s second highest volcano. Through the campaign, ROMP is working to raise $150,000 that will fund high-quality prosthetic care and services for 100 ROMP patients; ROMP plans to use the Gnarly grant to cover some of their team’s costs for their global Cotopaxi campaign. In addition to funding, the ROMP team will also receive Gnarly products to use at the Cotopaxi summit and training.

“ROMP really exemplifies the core value of Gnarly, which is to push your possible,” said Chief Marketing Officer Liz Esche. “The Cotopaxi Summit is a great example of this, and Gnarly is grateful to partner with such an incredible organization and help support this year’s Climbing for ROMP campaign.”

Cotopaxi Climbing Team

The flagship event annually brings together a group of adapted athletes and disability rights advocates from North and South America, including ROMP patients, to scale the 19,347-foot Cotopaxi volcano in Ecuador. The 2022 team includes cancer survivor and para-triathlete Kyle Stepp, professional trail runner Zach Friedley, three-time Paralympic gold medalist Brenna Huckaby and many more. The mission is to show the world that with access to the right technology, no mountain is too high. While the Cotopaxi Climb 2022 team is in Ecuador, everyone is invited to join in solidarity with the team and get moving for ROMP patients.

Climb with us

Climbing for ROMP is a free, virtual campaign available to anyone, anywhere. We invite the global community to join us any date from September 24 to October 9, 2022. By stepping out and taking on your “mountain” or physical challenge, you can help ROMP patients take their first steps towards their own peaks. We use ‘up’ as a metaphor for our ongoing fight for mobility.

“We are in a unique position to leverage our own mobility to help amputees receive the prosthetic treatment and technology they need to redefine their potential,” said David Krupa, co-founder of ROMP.

To join or donate to this global movement, please visit

In addition to the Gnarly Nutrition grant, Climbing for ROMP 2022 is supported by Hydro Flask, Mountain Hardwear, Osprey Packs, Royal Bank of Canada, Cumbre Tours, Click Medical, Utah Toyota Dealers and The Kirstie Ennis Foundation. There are still partnership opportunities for brands and funders that align with our values ​​and vision. Please contact [email protected] if you would like to know more.

About ROMP

The Range of Motion Project (ROMP) is a Colorado-based nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring access to high-quality prosthetic care for underserved amputees by improving independence and mobility. To date, ROMP has conducted more than 12,500 patient visits, shipped more than 4,300 devices, and raised more than $11 million in fundraising and in-kind donations since 2005. For more information about ROMP, its programs and how to get more involved, please visit or follow mobility stories on instagram @rompglobal.

About Gnarly Nutrition

Born in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, Gnarly Nutrition is committed to educating and inspiring athletes at all levels. Gnarly provides honest, effective and great-tasting, NSF-certified and NSF-certified sports nutrition for sports. Gnarly’s full line includes science-based products free of hormones, GMOs, proprietary blends, antibiotics, or anything artificial.

For more, visit Gnarly’s website or follow him on Instagram.

Media Contact:

Lauren Panasewicz

[email protected]