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Global Run Final Details! October 15, 2021

Hello All!,


Thank you so much for being a part of Year 8 of the Global Run 2021!


We are excited to see both familiar and new names this year, with participants everywhere from Shanghai to Paris

to Dallas! At the time of writing, more than 700 miles have been pledged online. We are closing in on our

1,000 mile target! If you have friends who would enjoy a virtual run for a great cause, please do invite them along! 

Every mile counts - there is still time to sign up here.
Thanks to your generosity, we have also already raised more than $12,000 -

enough to send six young ladies to boarding school with four-year high school scholarships - AMAZING!!!


REMEMBER TO WEAR BRIGHT COLORS

If you chose one of the event t-shirts, yours will be in the mail on its way to you. On Saturday, either join us

in wearing your shirt OR you can wear any brightly colored shirt (red is the favorite color of the Maasai).
 

SEND US YOUR SELFIES!

We invite you to take videos and photos of your walk or run. The MORE VIDEO the better, since it helps us create

our annual mash-up video!!! Stuck with what to say? Tell us why you're running - it makes for excellent video.

You can send photos and videos to +1 (702) 601 6012 or email us them [email protected]
Please also tag @amazingmaasaigirls on Instagram and use the hashtags #GlobalRun2021 #Run4MaasaiGirls

on any social media.
 

WHY DO WE RUN?

The most important part! The photos below are of just some of the young ladies who are now safe and secure in

high school, each with four-year scholarships, thanks to the Global Run 2020. When you step out for your Saturday

run or walk this weekend, please remember that your miles are so incredibly important to these girls

- and their younger sisters who will secure a place in school, thanks to this year's event. Let's come together

and show all of our Amazing Girls - and the world - that girls belong in school and absolutely deserve to

pursue their dreams.

Please contact us should you have any questions.

Best wishes,

The Amazing Maasai Girls Project
amazinggirls.org