First Descents and the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation have teamed up to launch free outdoor adventure programs for health care workers on the COVID-19 front-lines.
First Descents and the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation Launch Outdoor Programs for Health Care Workers
Since winning Survivor Africa, Ethan Zohn has co-founded Grassroot Soccer, an international organization that uses Africa’s most powerful role models, pro soccer players, to educate youth about the dangers of HIV/AIDS. Since it’s founding GRS has graduated over 550,000 youths. In 2010, after surviving a rare form of cancer, CD 20+Hodgkins Lymphoma, Zohn was asked to be a global ambassador for Stand Up To Cancer and the LIVESTRONG Foundation. Zohn also lends his celebrity to multiple charity organizations: Gabrielles Angels, Autism Speaks, First Descents and Maccabi USA. He is currently the host of the Emmy Nominated daytime show, Everyday Health on ABC and Outside Today on the Outside Television Network. Prior to that, Ethan was the host of Earth Tripping, an eco-friendly travel adventure show. Zohn returned to reality-TV as a contestant on The Amazing Race, Survivor All- Star, Fear Factor, Eco-Challenge, and hosted two soccer television shows, The MSG Soccer Report and F.C Fox. He was featured in the documentary film A Closer Walk along with The Dalai Lama, Bono and Kofi Annan. Ethan has also starred in campaigns for Nike, Puma and HP, hosted MTV specials and was a sideline reporter for Major League Soccer, USL, MISL and ESPN Radio. Ethan is an inspiring inventor and author.