Nike DC leads me to Nike SF!
May 02, 2014 by Liz Badley
After an amazing Nike race in DC with my team, I have decided to continue on my mission to help cure blood cancers (and earn another Tiffany Necklace in the process) by running the Nike Women's 1/2 in San Francisco this October!!
Some of you might be thinking "but didn't she just say she was taking a break?"
I thought about it and realized that blood cancer patients don't get a break when they are fighting. Mom's of sick kids don't get a break from worrying. So I don't get to take a break from fundraising!
Some of you might be thinking "gee... isn't San Francisco all hills? And isn't she running the Marine Corps Marathon the next weekend too?"
Yeah... both of those things are true. But with the proper training, I'm going to be using the Nike race as my last training run before the MCM! And besides, this gives TEAM OUT FOR BLOOD a chance to represent on both coasts this fall. Since I'll be doing SF with TNT, and Joanna is running MCM with TNT (and I might just wear my shirt and tutu as well!)!!
So consider joining me and team OUT FOR BLOOD on our mission to CURE cancer, on either the East Coast or West Coast and help us make someday, TODAY!
Here's me and Walking Tom, the guy who convinced me to sign up for SF!
My Fundraising Page
May 02, 2014
WELCOME TO MY TEAM IN TRAINING (TNT) HOME PAGE!
It takes more than one person to make up a team and that’s why I’m asking you to donate to my TNT fundraising page for TNT!
By participating as a member of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) TNT, I am raising funds to help find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients.
Your donation will help fund treatments that save lives every day; like immnuotherapies that use a person’s own immune system to kill cancer. You may not know it, but every single donation helps save a life with breakthrough therapies such as these.
Patients need these cures and they need your support.
Please make a donation in support of my efforts with Team In Training and help get us all closer to a world without blood cancers.