Aegis’ Executive Director, William Panzarella will join 45,000 others to run his first marathon in Chicago. He is raising funds for Aegis on behalf of Chicago House, an organization whose mission is “to provide housing and supportive services to HIV-affected and HIV-at risk families and individuals, who may also be impacted by poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, and mental illness.” All Chicago House services are provided without discrimination and are designed to guide people towards wholeness and self-sufficiency.
William is joining thousands of runners who choose to make their Chicago Marathon experience more meaningful by running on behalf of a charity. Runners begin the training season with goals for personal bests in their marathon time as well as in fundraising dollars. The impact from every charity runner is felt around the world. In 2010, more than 10,000 charity runners ran on behalf of a charity, and this year, are expected to raise $10 million for organizations around the globe.
Will you join me? http://www.crowdrise.com/AegisChicagoMarathon