Footsteps For The Fallen announces, “1000 Miles of Footsteps” October 1– 20, 2020. To honor the fallen Texas First Responders lost in the line of duty while paying tribute to our fallen by raising funds for our scholarship program, ensuring all children of Texas First Responders have the best opportunity to further their education.
When: Starting on October 1, 2020, at 6:00 am, ending October 20, 2020
Where: Brookglen Neighborhood, La Porte, Texas, See below map
Parking: Brookglen Park, 3324 Sumerton, La Porte, TX. 77571, See below map
Who: Tony Constanzo, a retired 30 plus year veteran firefighter and founder of Footsteps For The Fallen
Pledge opportunities per mile
.05 cents per mile for a total of $50
.10 cents per mile for a total of $100
.25 cents per mile for a total of $250
.50 cents per mile for a total of $500
We welcome people to come out and join Tony on the course for a few loops or a full day. All we ask for is a small donation as he pushes his mind, body & soul to unbelievable limits in honor of our fallen Texas First Responders!
Recently, Constanzo at the age of 56 years old announced he would be running 1000 Miles in 20 Days, to raise awareness and funds for their organization, in honor of every Texas First Responder who paid the ultimate sacrifice helping to keep the great state of Texas safe. Few jobs require commitment, courage and selfless dedication to helping others than being a First Responder. Footsteps For The Fallen is a non-profit organization that honors the memory of Texas First Responders who paid the ultimate sacrifice while in the line of duty.
The mission of Footsteps For The Fallen is to honor all Texas First Responders. We are compassionately devoted to assisting the children of Texas First Responders with scholarships while honoring the memory of the fallen.
“This endurance event is to honor our fallen Texas First Responders who answered the call knowing as quoted “All Gave Some, Some Gave All,” Constanzo commented about the upcoming run. “Endurance running is one of my passions, and it's an honor to be able to leverage my passion for running and pushing myself for such an important cause.” In 2015, Constanzo ran 439 miles across Texas in 11 days, in 2016, he was the first firefighter to walk 24 hours on a treadmill in 50 pounds of firefighter gear, and then in 2017, he ran 314 miles unsupported across Tennessee in eight days.