No doubt I'am getting ready for the pretty huge challenge for me - I will be running the New York City Marathon this November. What makes this a challenge? Eight months ago I quit smoking after 12 years of doing so. And I never ran marathons and actually never considered myself as a long-distance runner. Or any-distance runner. So I decided to change my own life and also to try to help making somebody else's life a little bit easier - so I'm running this marathon for an uber-worthy cause.
I am running to raise money for The YAI Network, organization that makes people affected by developmental and learning disabilities lives a little bit easier. I would appreciate if you would help me out by making a donation. The goal is to raise at least $3,000 over the next few weeks.
Together we can make a difference
Please, consider supporting a good cause - every donated penny will go to The YAI Network.The YAI Network is an organization that provides a full range of health and human services to people of all ages with developmental and learning disabilities and their families. The YAI Network serves more than 200,000 people every day through its seven not-for-profit agencies, which reach from the New York City/New Jersey metro area to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. YAI's services start at birth, through all the transitions of childhood, adolescence and adulthood until the end of the lifespan.
You can read more about YAI on their website.