I am super excited to be running the Boston Marathon this year!
More importantly, I am extremely proud to be a part of a charity that helps people right here in Boston! Project Hope is an amazing organization that helps women and children move beyond homelessness and poverty.
They provide low-income women with children access to education, jobs, housing, and emergency services.
I have paid all my own costs to run the marathon, and have a goal of raising $3500.
I appreciate any and all donations. Every bit counts! I hope to see some of you on April 15!
At Project Hope we help families believe in their own possibilities and to break through the barriers that keep them poor. Our running team symbolizes the struggles of our families with their hard work, dedication and commitment to reaching the finish line. Their journey of 26.2 miles, and all the months of training leading up to it, gives us the opportunity to raise vital funds by connecting to new sources of support. Thank you for supporting our team. Your support directly impacts homeless families in Boston.
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