Scenic 5K run around Oslo with an international group of running tourists.
Johannes from Oslo, Isaac from Seattle, and Joanne from #London support Teach for Bulgaria’s mission, too!
Every donation counts!
You can join them, too, by donating to my GlobalGiving fundraiser so that Teach for Bulgaria can recruit, train, develop capable and motivated professionals who are committed to work towards positive change in the education in Bulgaria:
On the first Wednesday of June, runners from around the world lace up and get out, inspiring others to join the global running community. Global Running Day is a worldwide celebration of running that encourages everyone to get moving. It’s also a day when runners like me share the reasons why they run.
Over the next 4 months, I’ve committed to challenge myself with a cause and will run over 120 km to raise money for Zaedno v chas / Teach For Bulgaria which places teachers in Bulgarian classrooms where they are most needed!
Every donation matters when it comes to positive change in education. You can help, too!
On Global Running Day, I logged 15 km in preparation for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon and in support of this organization.
Please join me today by donating to my GlobalGiving fundraiser to provide every child in Bulgaria with equal access to quality education:
Volunteered at “Operation Thank a Veteran” last Saturday with Boston Rotaract and the Downtown Boston Rotary Club.
Engaged with veterans who served in the United States military to thank them for their service and provide them with information on resources available to them and their families from the City of Boston.
Got to meet Marty Walsh, the 54th Mayor of Boston!
Boston is home to more than 22,000 veterans. So far, the Mayor’s Office of Veterans Service has reached out to more than 3,000 veterans. They need volunteers to help them engage former service members.
More info on: https://www.boston.gov/calendar/operation-thank-veteran
The 2019 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon is just three days away!
I’ll be running this 13.1-mile race on Sunday, featuring a field of over 20,000 runners starting in Prospect Park, crossing the Manhattan Bridge, and finishing the run in NYC’s running staple, Central Park.
Our Athletes To End Alzheimer’s team has raised a total of $44,116! That’s tremendous – thanks to everyone who supported the cause!