Jim Marrese, Director of Business Development & Strategic Initiatives with Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, discusses the 135-year-old organization’s critical mission, their “Heroes,” and my new role as manager of this 250+ member strong endurance sports fundraising team.
This is the last installment of my 8 Steps designed to set you up for success as a charity runner. If you haven’t listened to Parts 1 & 2, please go back and do that before continuing with this episode. Today we discuss the final three steps – the doing part!
Find the Cause Coach on FaceBook, LinkedIn and Instagram (@theCauseCoach). And if you want to run with us, the Cause Crew groups can be found on FaceBook and Strava (reach out for an invitation).
Today we begin a discussion about the how-to of successful charity running.
If it’s cold and snowy and icy where you are right now, like it is here in northern Illinois, you may be having trouble getting motivated to run. Don’t worry so much about that. I have no doubt that you will find your mojo.
The added value of being a charity runner for Team Reeve is clearly their coach, Mark Zenobia. Join us on this week’s podcast to learn more about his passion for Team Reeve and the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, and how his guidance and expertise gets runners to the marathon start line and exceeding fundraising goals!