Princeton

Uplifting Athletes Programs

Leverage public interest to cultivate resources that accelerate scientific advancements for rare diseases

Develops social influencers into leaders that make a positive impact on the rare disease community

Uplifting Leaders

Shares the platform of sport with the rare disease cause and raises it as a national priority

Creates special moments that enrich the lives of rare disease patients and their loved ones

Uplifting Experiences

Fundraising Initiatives

Princeton Lift For Life 2018
$6,321.10 Amount Raised
2 Campaigns
Princeton Touchdown Pledge Drive 2018
$1,660.00 Amount Raised
Campaigns

News & Past Events

Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018
May your days be filled with Peace, Hope and Joy this Holiday Season! On behalf of the 30 million Americans that comprise the Rare Disease Community, our staff and team of college football student-athletes thank you for your loyalty and support in 2018!  It has been a memorable year and we thank you for helping […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Tuesday December 04, 2018
Colgate hosted its first playoff game in 15 years, and the wait was well worth it. Junior kicker Chris Puzzi set a school record with his 15th field goal of the season – drilling a 38-yard kick just inside the right upright as time expired to win it for the Raiders. Next up for the […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Wednesday November 21, 2018
You could feel the electricity in the air Saturday on campus as the Princeton football team prepared to host rival Penn in the final game of the season. The Tigers were on the cusp of an undefeated season and claiming the Ivy League championship. Saturday was also a special day for the Rare Disease Community […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Monday November 19, 2018
Princeton finished off its first perfect season since 1964 and earned the 2018 Ivy League title with a victory over rival Penn in front of nearly 8,000 fans. The victory clinched the fourth outright Ivy League title in program history, and the first since 1995. It was also the program’s second 7-0 Ivy season since […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Monday November 19, 2018
There was a lot on the line Saturday for the Princeton Tigers when they squared off with rival Penn in the final game of the season. Senior quarterback John Lovett made sure the Tigers reached their goal of a perfect 10-0 season with a stellar record-setting performance against the Quakers. Lovett put up 378 total […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Tuesday November 13, 2018
Uplifting Athletes is proud to announce that the Princeton and Penn football programs have joined forces for their upcoming 2018 regular season finale to shine a spotlight on the Rare Disease Community. The chapter leaders from each school, with the support of both universities, worked together to make the match-up between the Tigers and Quakers […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Monday November 12, 2018
The Northwestern Wildcats are the 2018 Big Ten West champions and are headed to Indianapolis for the Big Ten title game next month. Northwestern took care of its business by coming from behind to bump off Iowa on the road, then Purdue and Wisconsin both lost to give the Wildcats their first Big Ten division […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Monday November 05, 2018
In his second season in charge at Baylor, head coach Matt Ruhle declared the goal for this season was to become bowl eligible. The Bears were 1-11 a year ago and are in the midst of a massive program re-build. What might be considered normal preseason coach speak was exactly what Ruhle believed was possible […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Wednesday October 31, 2018
For the participating members of our nationwide network of college football student-athlete led chapters, touchdowns during the month of October meant more than six points on the board. Each touchdown provided support to the Rare Disease Community. The Touchdown Pledge Drive 2018 month-long campaign took place on 15 university campuses. Clemson, Colgate, Davidson, Fordham, Illinois, […] Continue Reading »
Posted on Monday October 29, 2018
On the heels of beating fellow Uplifting Athletes Chapter NC State for the first time in five outings, the Syracuse Orange are nationally ranked for the first time in 17 years. Syracuse, last ranked in the Top 25 at the end of the 2001 season when the Orange went 10-3 overall, enter the 2018 polls […] Continue Reading »

Chapter Leadership

Chapter Leaders

Kurt Holuba President

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