Stephen de Lorimier is an architect and long-distance runner from Montreal in Quebec, Canada. Below he shares his perspective on running marathons to raise money for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF).
At 62 years of age, I am grateful to have a good job and to be in good health. I love exercising, and I used to swim a lot before taking up running about six years ago. Last winter I had the idea to turn my races into a fundraising project for TPRF.
It’s a challenge for me to spread the word so people know they can contribute and support TPRF in this way. I announced my project on Facebook and communicated to my friends through messages and emails. I very much appreciate everyone who donates!
Here is the link where people can show their support on my TPRF fundraising page.
Do you have a creative idea for how you’d like to have fun raising money for TPRF? Visit this page for more information about how you can make your idea a reality.
Read the full article on TPRF’s blog
To visit the TPRF site ; https://www.tprf.org/programs/emergency-relief/
Information on races in Montreal: http://www.runrocknroll.com/montreal/en