In this episode, we follow Liz Warner's Run to Reach project as she tries to reach women's organizations and women runners in the most needed corners of the globe, by 1) fundraising to support them through grassroots organizations in those countries, and 2) running 30 of the most challenging marathons on the globe on their home turf. Did we mention she is attempting to finish before she turns 30 in June? In fact, Liz is down to her last few planned marathons, having run 1-2 marathons per month over 2019 and the start of 2020, including the Atlanta Marathon for her US choice, on her home turf! An Atlanta native, Liz knew she wanted to make an impact and change her life trajectory as well as others, and set out to create this reality by doing something that resonated with her soul to help other women in countries where most needed in the best way she could.
Join/check out the video and her fundraising goal, of reaching women's organizations on important issues across the globe, and asking each of us in the running community that cares now to give just $26 towards it! (Goal: 2600 of us) www.gofundme.com/f/run-to-reach-let039s-hit-2600-donations-of-26
Or vist the Run to Reach website, with lots of fun info and stats to follow her: www.runtoreach.com
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