Want to join me in making a difference? I'm training to run the Race for Robie Creek to raise money for Butte Humane Society (Butte County Humane Society), and any donation will help animals impacted by the Camp Fire. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to me.
I will be posting training updates to show where my training is at up to race day! So many animals have been injured, burned, and displaced by the Camp Fire. Even after the news cycle on the Camp Fire has ended, they will still need our help! My mom lost her cat in the fire when she was unable to find her during the evacuation (my mom lost her home in the fire). With so many homes gone and no one allowed back in the city, many animals are now homeless as well. People have died, homes lost, and so many displaced (including humans and animals)... contributing to even one cause helps!
If you donate, I will represent you in the run! If you donate on behalf of an organization/business, I will wear your logo/brand on my race day shirt. I know the race is a few months away, but a girl needs to train and your donations help me to keep going!
More information about Butte Humane Society (Butte County Humane Society): Butte Humane Society is committed to nurturing and promoting the human-animal bond. It is our vision to: Provide for the well-being of companion animals. Reduce the number of unwanted animals through aggressive spay/neuter programs. Promote the human-animal bond through adoption, education and outreach programs. Act as an advocate on behalf of animals in need. We are deeply committed to these goals while ensuring the financial security and stability of the organization for future generations. To find out how the Butte Human Society has been helping during the Camp Fire, check out their FB for updates: https://www.facebook.com/buttehumanesociety/
Robie Creek- Fort Boise (elevation 2725’), up Reserve Street and Shaw Mountain Road, and then climbing the long and winding road up through Rocky Canyon and over Aldape Summit (elevation 4797’), to a 13.1 mile finish at Robie Creek campground at Lucky Peak Reservoir (elevation 3065’) — combining a half-marathon distance with a 2072 foot ascent, and a 1732 foot descent.