Inspiring Generosity and Meeting your Fundraising Goals

Researching the best ways to meet fundraising goals can be an overwhelming process – there are an endless number of blogs and websites that give a variety of tips and tricks. At the end of the day, every fundraiser is different and must choose the “tricks” that work best in his or her situation. The most important part of the
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Natalie Wainwright

Mountain Momma Training I signed up with Team Boomer for the New York City Marathon in April and I started my training in May. It just so happens that in May I also moved from New York City back to my hometown – Bridgeport, West Virginia.  Yep, that’s right, I moved from the “big city lights” back to “small town
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Brian Holmes

“I run to raise money to cure CF.” $10,000

Shawn Walls

“I run to inspire my daughter.” $11,255

Sally Bell

My name is Sally Bell. I am the mom of a 28-year-old son, Stephen, who has Cystic Fibrosis. He is truly an inspiration to the Bell family. Exercise has always been a part of my life. About a year ago, we were having a family dinner in Hoboken and Stephen mentioned there were spots on Team Boomer to run the
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Roger Wright

I am not your typical runner. My only brush with running was when my father ran the Boston Marathon in 1968. I was 7 years old and vowed to someday run Boston in his footsteps. Forty years later, I found myself over 300 pounds and had numerous obesity-related diseases. My nine-year old niece Julia had her own health problems. Battling
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