A group, headed by Mike Paterniti, called Headstands for Humanity has sprung to life recently, and they are going to attempt to break the Guinness World Records record for most people doing simultaneous headstands. The event will take place at Holiday Valley in less than a month.
If you’re interested in participating in the event on Nov. 2, 2013, visit www.headstandsforhumanity.com for more details or to simply see all the things they have going on! The world record is 246 people doing headstands, but the group is aiming for more than 400 participants, so start practicing.
We invite all individuals, school groups, athletic teams, organizations, clubs, yogies, businesses, etc. to participate.
Donations for participants will be $10 per applicant or through voluntary pledge drive donations from you and your personally named Headstand Pledge Team and members. All donations from the event participants and teams will be accepted the day of the event.
Pre-registration is best, but not required. Go to www.headstandsforhumanity.com and click Event/Registration. Registration the day of the event will begin at 11 a.m.
The group is finalizing plans with a few local children’s charities (to be announced soon) that focus on new and fun outdoor activities for underprivileged and less able kids, as well as the H4H’s 30 Day U.S. Headstand Tour 2014, to raise more awareness and money for our cause on a broader scale.