BENEFITING: MYTEAM TRIUMPH
Ainsley's Angels is grateful for everyone of our Angels, Captains, Volunteers, and now Softball Teammates! As many of you are aware, Ainsley's first road race was on the Virginia Beach Oceanfront in 2008. Since that specical day, she has completed over 75 more races, to include two Marine Corps Maratons and nearly 15 half-marathons. Addtionally, she has inspired the creation of Ainsley's Angels of America who in addition to ensuring everyone can experience endurance events, also aims to build awareness about America's special needs community through inclusion in all aspects of life, by promoting awareness, providing education, and participating as active members in local communities.
As such, it makes perfect sense that the organization sould be involved in the Virginia Beach community...in this case, through the city's Parks and Recreation Softball league! Begining in August 2014, Ainsley's Angels will take the field every Tuesday night for fun and charity! So, if you are inclined, please come out to support us at the ball park and/or make a small donation to support our efforts. We aim to use the funds raised to purchase a jogger chair for a one of the Captains (those we push in races) in the Virginia Beach area!
YES, YOU CAN...donate 20 or 50 dollars right now to ensure the thrill of rolling with the wind and crossing a road race finish line!
Click the orange button in the upper right of this page or e-mail: AinsleysAngels@yahoo.com for a link to make a donation using PayPay and/or for a mailing address should you prefer to donate by check. We will ensure all donations appear on this page as off-line donations.
Another way to help, is to spread the word of our message and efforts:
1. Visit www.AinsleysAngels.org to purchase the children’s book, Born an Angel, written by Ainsley’s 12-year old sister and donate it to a local elementary school library! Proceeds go to the Ainsley's Angels Foundation.
2. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @ainsleys_angels
3. Lastly, we invite you to enjoy this USA TODAY Video Story.