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Like never before we must get creative with our runs, and Endo Monkey Racing swings into action bringing a #VIRTUALSUMMER SERIES. This Virtual Summer Series encourages Endo Monkey's mission of MOVE.FAMILY.FUN.
No matter the distance, no matter what race was canceled, no matter the pace, #StillGotMyMiles is your goal!
No matter if you're using this series as a training event for another virtual race, training for a REAL-TIME fall race (fingers crossed) or just logging some miles to get out of the house, join us for #StillGotMyMiles
2020 has seen far too many physical races canceled or altered and many are not offering refunds, so we have discounted this race series to encourage participants to soak up the sun, without burning the bank!
For just $25.00 you can choose from 5K, 10K, or 20K as your distance while earning a one of a kind #StillGotMyMiles shirt and 2020 My Summer Race Was Canceled commemorative window sticker.
Event runs now through September 7 (Labor Day)! And benefits;
The Lindy Infante Foundation committed to leveling that playing field and ensuring that no young person misses out. We work to bring out the greatness in every child with a chance to play, grow and excel through sports.
Why We're Raising Money: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, sports have been canceled. The Foundation regularly puts on free sports camps for kids in underserved neighborhoods, but those camps have been canceled for the foreseeable future. In response, The Lindy Infante Foundation is providing free sports equipment and at home drills and activities to kids in Central Ohio to keep them active and engaged during the crisis through our #SportInABag Initiative 100% of all funds raised go directly to our Sport In A Bag initiative.
Communities In Schools of Central Ohio
For 14.5 million children in America living in poverty, challenges outside the classroom, like the lack of adequate food, clothing, shelter, and health care, can stand in the way of success inside the classroom. At Communities In Schools, we work in schools to remove those barriers by building one-on-one relationships and providing integrated student supports to at-risk students, that empower them to stay in school and succeed in life. Whether it is clean clothes, help with school work, or emotional support to help a child cope with and recover from a traumatic event, we connect students with the relationships and resources they need to succeed.
Seeds of Caring empowers kids to create a kinder community with their hearts, hands, and minds. They do this by designing meaningful opportunities for kids to engage in service, social action, and community-building. As kids learn about hunger in our community, make blankets for hospitalized children, or share conversation with seniors, they build confidence in their ability to contribute. In the end, we all benefit: our kids develop a heart for service, our families are united by a common purpose, and our community becomes a more compassionate place to live, work, and grow.
Family Mentor Foundation (FMF) was founded in 2013 to connect community resources and the children who need them most. We build strong partnerships with schools and community partners to provide resources for families struggling with food insecurity. FMF operates within Franklin County where 38% of children face food insecurity daily. To lessen their hunger, FMF provides a Buddy Box to children in need every Friday during the school year at schools in Worthington, Columbus and South-Western City School Districts, and in the summer we feed through Columbus Parks & Recreation’s Go Lunch! program and other summer feeding programs. The goal of Family Mentor Foundation’s Buddy Box program is to bridge the food insecurity gap that food insecure preschool, elementary and middle school children face on weekends when breakfast and lunch are not provided by their schools. During the past academic year, 2019-2020, we provided 1,500 students with Buddy Boxes weekly at 30 locations: preschools, head starts and public elementary and middle schools, for a grand total of over 56,000 Buddy Boxes distributed!
Each Buddy Box includes kid-friendly, nutritious, nonperishable food that children can easily eat or prepare on their own.
Weekly downloadable playlists will be provided to help keep the Virtual Summer Vibes as you continue to pursue your goal. #StillGotMyMiles
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