Welcome to my fundraising page!
I am excited to share that I have registered to participate in the 2021 Hartford Half Marathon as a member of the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center team.
As many of you know, I ran my first half marathon in 2019, where I was able to crush my fundraising goal AND my race goals, raising $850 for CCMC and finishing the half marathon in 2 hours and 13 minutes. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, not only was the race put on hold, but so were this and many other fundraisers. Combined with a surge in hospitalizations and understaffed hospitals, the care and assistance that so many families needed was not available.
Spending time with children and making memories are some of the greatest joys in life, and I have been so fortunate that my loved ones are all happy and healthy. Sadly, more families than ever right here in Connecticut are not getting adequate healthcare for their children or are deeply in debt because of hospital bills incurred.
My heart breaks for these families, which is why I would like to invite you to support this cause to facilitate access to children’s healthcare, as well as support programs that improve and define the standards of pediatric care, identifying new and better treatments and finding cures for children’s health issues.
I am pushing myself to raise $850 for CCMC and finish this race again, to be able to show our kids that we can do anything we set our minds to, as well as to teach the importance of supporting other kids in the community that are in need. I believe that through our actions we can be the strongest role models, which is why I have challenged myself to run again.
Thank you for supporting this endeavor, whether it be by donation, passing this note along/sharing on social, and of course for cheering me along the way!
Every dollar counts. Your tax-deductible gift could impact a specific care area or provide support to essential programs and services. Your gift could help purchase state-of-the-art equipment and technology, help a family cover costs associated with treatment, or launch the next promising line of research.