It's terrible to see what is going on in NYC and around the US and the world – not only are people sick and dying but there are others that have lost their jobs or are living in poverty that are unable to take care of their families, feed themselves and their children and/or afford shelter/housing. I wanted to find a way to help those that are being significantly affected by this virus so I've decided to run a solo marathon on Sunday 4/26 and create a GoFundMe to help raise funds and awareness for the Robin Hood Relief Fund which is helping the NYC community through various programs/organizations during this current crisis.
If you are able to, I would really appreciate your support via a donation of $26.20 in response to the 26.2 miles for the Robin Hood Relief Fund.
(or if you can spare additional funds, any multiple of 26.2 would be appreciated ($52.4, $104.8, $131, $262...))
If you would like to donate directly or learn more about Robin Hood (and the grants given to date), please follow the link below / see attached:
Robin Hood Relief Fund Details:
Under-resourced and vulnerable communities are being hit the hardest due to this pandemic and that is why for the third time in Robin Hood history, they have re-activated a special Relief Fund to address the Coronavirus and related effects. New York City is at the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Robin Hood Relief Fund is helping New Yorkers by providing food, housing and funding.
The Robin Hood Relief Fund has granted $8.4 million so far to over 100 NPOs within the community.
100% of your donation will go to the cause in supporting the work of New York’s top social service organizations who are on the frontlines of this crisis.