Running for KidSafe Children Who Need it Most
$1,650 raised
103% of $1.6k goal
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Ended Jan 8, 2016
On Sunday, May 3rd, 2015, I will be taking part in the BMO Vancouver Marathon's 8K race.  Please help me support inner-city children and youth in your community. More ...

On Sunday, May 3rd, 2015, I will be taking part in the BMO Vancouver Marathon's 8K race. 

Last year, I raised $3,080 for children KidSafe supports during the year that need it most and in memory of grandfather that passed away February 25, 2014 as he was someone that inspired me each day to keep going - I couldn't have reached this without the support and generousity of the many remarkable people I am blessed with in my life. Your support was the reason why I was able to make the distance.  

This year, my first goal is to raise $700 (COMPLETE!), 2nd Goal - Raise $1000 (COMPLETE!), Final Goal to Race Day - Raise $1,600 (COMPLETE!)  to help the children KidSafe supports and any amount you can give helps so that we can continue towards their vision of that all children live in a safe community with the inspiration and support they deserve to become healthy contributing citizens. 

Since I am blessed to be surrounded by inspirational children every day who have to each day overcome many barriers, I thought of taking a play from their book and decided to DREAM BIG. Our dream is that our team runs in support of our kids and raises $40,000 to provide them with supportive safe havens over the school breaks.

KidSafe operates free of charge to vulnerable children and their families. Please support and help be able to provide the 450 children and youth each year: 

NUTRITIOUS MEALS AND SNACKS
VAN & WALKING SCHOOL BUS PICK-UP/DROP-OFF SERVICES
SAFE, SUPPORTIVE & FUN PROGRAMMING (on-site activities & field-trips!)

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