July 31, 2019 in Press

My Time: HobbleJog Foundation holds first Taste of Italy fundraiser

via The Capital Gazette On June 9, the HobbleJog Foundation held its first annual Taste of Italy fundraiser event at La Posta Pizzeria in Severna Park in order to raise... Read More
February 7, 2018 in Press

Unique HobbleJog Gift Helps Young Traumatic Brain Injury Patients

via The Pikesville Patch Susan M. Hahn, founder and president of the HobbleJog Foundation, a Maryland-based nonprofit supporting teens and young adults recovering from neurological trauma, presented the nonprofit's first-ever grant to... Read More
February 7, 2018 in Press

LifeBridge Health’s RETURN! Brain Injury Recovery Program executives reveal how HobbleJog Foundation’s first grant money will be utilized to benefit others.

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February 5, 2018 in Press

Hometown Hero: After near-fatal accident, Arnold woman helps others cross the finish line

via The Capital Gazette Susan M. Hahn was hit by a car while crossing Ritchie Highway three years ago. Though she sustained and has recovered from life-threatening injuries, she founded HobbleJog... Read More
February 2, 2018 in Press

Maryland-Based Nonprofit Helps Provide Leading-Edge Technology Supporting Teens and Young Adults Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries

Susan M. Hahn, founder and president of the HobbleJog Foundation, a Maryland-based nonprofit supporting teens and young adults recovering from neurological trauma, presented the nonprofit’s first-ever grant to help fund…

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October 3, 2016 in Press

Susan Hahn’s near-death experience led to a nonprofit partnership that’s helping Baltimore-area youth – SmartCEO

via SmartCEO On October 14, 2013, Susan Hahn was hit by a car traveling more than 50 miles an hour. She had to be flown to the University of Maryland Medical... Read More
November 9, 2014 in Press

One year after bike accident, recovering woman looks for closure – The Capital Gazette | Nov. 2014

via The Capital Gazette Drivers stopped in traffic opened their doors and swarmed the body bent on the ground. She didn't have a name. She was 443. Shana Rogers, an ex-police... Read More
October 16, 2013 in Press

Cyclist: Knowing Road Rules is a ‘Two-Way Street’ – The Patch | Oct. 2013

via The Patch Preventing wrecks between bikes and vehicles is a "two-way street," said one cyclist, and education on road laws is needed on both sides to keep roads safe... Read More