Greg Holley via Crowdrise
May 06, 2012
BENEFITING: Hope Program
ORGANIZER: Hope Program
EVENT: Brooklyn Half Marathon 2012
EVENT DATE: May 17, 2012
What's Up Supporters,
Let's make this happen. It's an honor to lace up and run the Brooklyn Half Marathon part of the 2012 NYRR's 5 Borough Series.
Question: 'Greg really, 13.1 miles...are you crazy?!!?
1) Yes, how did you know I'm in CRAZY great shape. and
2) Yes I've been training with the Body by Power-gy finess team www.power-gy.com which is a CRAZY fitness training company that's whipped me into shape. You should get familiar.
3) Yes, I'm CRAZY about making a difference. The Hope Program is doing that EVERYDAY. That's why I support them in their work. You should too. www.thehopeprogram.org
You've supported me throughout my career, now support my very very short (1 day only) career in running.
Did I mention my trainer Taqiy Muhammad is running this race as well! I can't lose, faint or stop on his watch. Your money is a great investment. I'm a sure bet!
CLICK DONATE AND LETS REACH $1000 ASAP. LET'S GIVE TO A GREAT CAUSE AND HELP OTHERS!
Check out more info on The Hope Program and their great organization below
TEAM HOPE PROGRAM
Disadvantaged New Yorkers dedicate hundreds of hours to rebuilding their lives through training and employment. Together, we will run hundreds of miles to support them.
For nearly 30 years, HOPE has transformed the lives of New Yorkers living in poverty by giving them the skills and confidence to get good jobs and climb the career ladder. Macquarie has been a proud partner of HOPE, providing jobseekers with mock one-on-one interviews, career advice and encouragement, interview clothing, and on-the-job training. Now, we're logging miles to change hundreds more lives!
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Team Hope Program has committed to raise money for HOPE, and we need your help so that we - and HOPE students - can cross the finish line. You can make a tax-deductible donation to our team by clicking on the “Donate” button! No donation is too small.
"I wish I could hang a banner in Times Square to let everyone know how HOPE has changed my life. Before I came here, I felt like I hit a wall. Now I have a full-time job in a field that I love - and a brighter future!" –Edwin.