Walk, Run or Cycle Charity Events: Get Movin’ for a Cause

July 21, 2009 by  

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marathonAs you know, I’m an avid walker and runner and it gives me so much pleasure to do my hobby in connection with a cause, be it for charity, health, or environment and social issues I believe in. And I am sure many of you out there would also enjoy being on the move, not only for you’re the sake of your health and for others as well.

One runner I once interviewed said:

Running is a vehicle towards achieving goals that are larger than life. Who would’ve thought such a basic motion can take you so far? “

Which is why I have compiled a list of worthy upcoming walking or running events you might want to participate in. Check them out!

For short distance running events in the US, check out Charity Mile

For a list of running events for charity in the UK, check out Runners Web

Now is the perfect time to start and train. It doesn’t have to be that far or too long. Just do what you can

You don’t have to be fast. You don’t have to be perfectly fit and trim. All you need is the spirit to move and give and have fun.

And it works out best if you don’t do it alone! Ask your friends to join you. To join us. The more, the merrier.

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2 Responses to “Walk, Run or Cycle Charity Events: Get Movin’ for a Cause”
  1. Roger Carr says:

    I am glad you made the connection between your healthy exercise and doing something for others. I have been involved in charity walks for several years and I really enjoyed reading your blog post encouraging others to do the same. Have a great time at your next charity event.

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