The Firefighter’s Challenge

The first annual Firefighter’s Challenge is brought to you by the Pi Kappa Fraternity and Daytona Beach Fire Department in support to raise money and awareness for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The Firefighter’s Challenge is a week of events where teams compete against each other in a volleyball tournament, skit show, obstacle race, and more, all to raise money and awareness of muscular dystrophy. Thousands are affected each year by this terrible disease and with your support, we can be one step closer to helping those that are afflicted with muscular dystrophy. Please see the schedule below to come out to the events for support. 


The Lambda Mu chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha here at Embry-Riddle is very excited to have their inaugural Firefighter’s Challenge for the student body and Daytona Beach community. Many other Pi Kappa Alpha chapters around the nation hold this philanthropic event each year. The chapter at George Washington University has raised over $230,000 over the past eight years doing the Firefighter’s Challenge. 

With your support, we hope to raise as much money and awareness as we can for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.The main event, known as The Challenge, will be held this Saturday, Sept. 27 on the West Lawn from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. At this event, the local Daytona Beach Fire Department will be providing their equipment, fire engines, and support for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. There will be an obstacle course that each attendant can participate in with a donation of $20. There will also be prizes, free food, music, and more on the day of The Challenge! Come on out to meet the fire department and support the cause to keep the hope alive. We truly appreciate all your donations and spreading awareness in the fight against muscular dystrophy.

-Michael Reha