Charlotte Half Marathon- Will Run For Water
A fundraising campaign for Wine To Water.
About This Campaign
While ending my running season I really wanted to try and make a donation to my favorite nonprofit. Within the last few months, beautiful communities such as Puerto Rico and Texas have struggled to have basic needs such as fresh water. Although I cannot promise your donation will go to those specific communities, I know your donations will add clean fresh water to communities in need.
I believe everyone should have basic essentials such as water and I want to do my part to make sure they have the access to clean, fresh water.
raised of $500 goal
Location / Venue
- North Kings Drive
- Charlotte, NC 28204
- Nov 11, 2017 06:00 am to
- Nov 11, 2017 08:30 am
Campaign to Support Wine To Water
We're a small team based in Boone, NC, who believes ordinary people, in community, can make an extraordinary difference in the world. This movement began in 2004 when our founder, Doc Hendley, while bartending in Raleigh, NC, learned about the world’s water crisis. Once captured by the cause, Doc felt the need to do something about it. So, he did. He did what he knew best…pour some wine, beer, and spirits, play some music, and have a great time with friends. When it was all said and done, a few thousand dollars was raised due to the generosity of the community. With some money in hand, Doc soon found himself in Darfur, in the midst of a war, working to provide clean water to those who were in desperate need in desperate times. Thus, Wine To Water was born.
Annette Kitrick gave a $50 donationSo proud of you Blair!!
Michael Harris gave a $52.45 donation
Brooke Bergstrom gave a $156.73 donation
Jason Dimitriou gave a $31.60 donationNow can you Puh-LEASE sign up for the Bonefrog challenge race? Break a leg! Or don't. Either way. This is kind of cool.
Ashley Williams gave a $50 donation
Kristen Kitrick gave a $52.45 donationDedication In Memory of: Thomas "The Legend" Kitrick
Walid Asmar gave a $130.67 donation
Nicole Petcka gave a donationGo big!! You're doing great things ❤️🏃🏼♀️
Ed Martin gave a $26.39 donation