My client Robyn is a big inspiration to me. She’s a model athlete, completing every workout as written, logging diligently, and reporting her results promptly. She also takes note of the insights that come through her training, both in her training log and, quite eloquently, on her blog.
Robyn has found a way for her training to serve her community by using her blog, Tri to End Homelessness, to raise money for Genesis Home, a shelter for women and children in Durham, NC. Last year, she and her sister Rachel fundraised their way to the Pinehurst Olympic-distance triathlon. This year, Robyn aims to raise $7,300 as she trains for her first half-iron-distance race, now just ten weeks away.
In honor of her ten weeks to go, could you share $10 with Genesis Home? If you live in the Triangle area, you’re directly helping your neighbors—thinking globally, acting locally. If you’re further away, you’re not only helping solve the problem of homelessness, one family at a time, you’re also thanking Robyn for her great writing and diligent training—it’s an example to all of us. As we get pumped up by the rhetoric at the conventions, this is a good, small, tangible way to put your money to use.
Donate now. Add Tri to End Homelessness in the subject line. And thanks a lot.