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This November 3rd, I’ll be running in the TCS New York City Marathon, proudly representing Shoe4Africa. This dynamic organization began with simple shoe donations and has evolved into a major healthcare and educational force across Africa. They built the first public children’s hospital in East & Central Africa and are now constructing the first children’s cancer hospital in sub-Saharan Africa, aiming to significantly improve cancer survival rates where currently, 9 out of 10 diagnosed children do not survive.

Running has become more than just a hobby for me; it’s a way to make a tangible difference. Shoe4Africa’s journey from supplying basic necessities to building major healthcare facilities exemplifies the profound impact of community-focused aid. Their work saves lives and empowers future generations through education and healthcare initiatives not just in Kenya but throughout Africa.

I am setting a goal to raise over $3,000 to help Shoe4Africa continue their lifesaving work. Every dollar raised goes directly towards impactful projects like the new cancer hospital that promises hope and healing to thousands.

Your support means everything to me and to the countless children and families who will benefit from Shoe4Africa’s programs. Together, we can make a lasting impact. Thank you for any donation you can provide—it all helps!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support and encouragement!

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