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Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon Weekend runners raised more than a million dollars for charity in 2017 - by running on charity teams, undertaking individual fundraising efforts, or supporting Twin Cities In Motion's charity partners.
In this episode, you'll meet two members of the Twin Cities charity running community: Dave Boese, a Plymouth resident who has singlehandedly raised more than $21,000 for a Mexican youth charity, and Brady Gervais, who leads Children's Minnesota's charity running program, Team Superstars.
Fundraising runners are vital members of the running community - they're people who make the greater community and the world a better place. Raising money for a cause close to one's heart isn't difficult, is deeply fulfilling, and makes what can seem like a selfish activity radiate good across the community and provide additional satisfaction.
Learn more about running for a cause at Twin Cities In Motion events at: https://www.tcmevents.org/charity
Learn more about Children's Minnesota's Team Superstars at: https://www.childrensmn.org/childrens-events/teamsuperstars/
Watch the charming good luck video the kids at Mazahua Valley Ministries made for Dave Boese: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FN8KvzTsg7g