The 9th Annual Bravehearts Challenge - NO LIMITS - will take place on Saturday, July 17, 2021. Just like last year, this will be a virtual event from your own home base. All proceeds go to Camp Sunshine.

There are NO LIMITS on what challenge you create and execute. In alignment with one of the Bravehearts values - Fearless Pursuit of a Healthy Mind, Body and Spirit - you may create a physical endurance challenge or a challenge for the mind or the spirit. You can stay where you are and ride, run, climb, swim, do an outdoor yoga session, or celebrate the 9th Annual Bravehearts Day in your own way! During this challenging time of the global pandemic, we need to connect and support each other more than ever. Harness the powers of your resilience to take up a challenge that will help children with life-threatening illnesses and their families get the Camp Sunshine healing experience.

Here’s how it works: 

1) Register for the 9th Annual Bravehearts NO LIMITS Challenge as an Individual or as Team Captain or Team Member on our Registration Website. Click below for information about how to register a minor. 

2) On Saturday, July 17th, you are invited to pursue a challenge of your own design wherever you are located. 

3) To feel connected with others, please post a photograph or video on the Bravehearts Facebook page or on your Instagram account with the hashtag #braveheartsgameon to share your experience on July 17th.

**Registration is intended to be easy. If you need any help we have good people standing by! Just send an email to A qualified helper will get back to you and have your fundraising page up and running in one business day or less.

About the Bravehearts:

The Bravehearts are a community-based, all-volunteer organization established in honor of Dylan Connelly after he was diagnosed with a brain tumor shortly after his 30th birthday. Prior to his diagnosis, Dylan founded a commercial solar energy business helping lead central Massachusetts toward a sustainable energy future. An avid cyclist and outdoor enthusiast, Dylan was known for his extreme physical and mental toughness, making him truly worthy of the name “Braveheart.” He passed away in 2013, but his spirit continues to shine within the community and the loving family and friends that he left behind. Visit for more information.

We hope you will be able to join us, either in person or in spirit through a donation to the event or in support of a rider or team. Thank you for helping us all make a difference together!

For a list of all teams click here.