Yet another inspiring post was written today as part of our World Give Day blog series. A big thanks to Loving the Run and Brady for joining our discussion about giving. Take a moment to read her moving story about why she runs.
Running for Good
GiveForward—a Chicago-based organization that provides individuals with fund-raising pages— asked Loving the Run to respond to the following statement: “Small-scale donors are the backbone of philanthropy.” Here’s my perspective as an endurance athlete.
This week marks the 16th anniversary of my dad’s passing. He died of multiple myeloma, a blood cancer, at 46. My sister and I were 10 and 11 at the time.
In the years following, I did little to honor his memory. I thought about him every day. I talked about him every chance I got. That was it, until last year…
To read the rest of Brady’s post click here to head over to Loving The Run.