Marc Pollina via Crowdrise
April 16, 2012
I've logged more than 20,000 miles preparing for marathons. I've run them fast (3:03:58) and slow (4:29:04). I can't help it. No matter the speed, the race has a grip on me. And, I can't wait to make this one, my 10th straight Boston, the best yet.
Marathoners break barriers, and maybe that's why running for Project Hope is such a great fit. Project Hope helps families believe in their own possibilities and break through the barriers that keep them poor. Its mission is to partner with families to help them move up and out of poverty.
On Monday, April 16th, our team of dedicated runners will gather in Hopkinton to run the famous Boston Marathon in support of Project Hope and its efforts to end family homelessness.
Please support us. Your tax-deductible donation will transform the lives of local women and children who need your help.