Each year, there are scores of families, couples, and friends that attend our Run, Walk, Roll together, so this year, to celebrate Valentine’s Day, JMF is offering a deal that’s as sweet as candy! Anyone who registers for our twelfth annual Run, Walk, Roll on Friday, February 14, will receive a promo code for 1/2 off another registration. Even though this promotion will only be available on Valentine’s Day, it is not exclusively for married or dating pairs only. You can register with a friend, a teammate, a coworker, or a family member. Keep reading to hear from some of the pairs who have participated in JMF’s Run, Walk, Roll in the past, and why they think you should join us for the 2020 race!
Barb Bates is a board member at the Joseph Maley Foundation, and has been a frequent fundraiser for the Run, Walk, Roll. Keep reading to learn how Barb has successfully utilized the model of peer-to-peer fundraising, and find out what her tips and tricks are to reach your fundraising goal!
Want to try your hand at peer-to-peer fundraising, but not sure if you want to do it on your own? The Joseph Maley Foundation’s Run, Walk, Roll provides the option for individuals to register as a team while fundraising. This method allows you to utilize not only the connections that you have, but the connections of your team, which in turn brings awareness for your cause to a greater audience! Julie Friedman, Director of Programs at the Joseph Maley Foundation, has used this method of peer-to-peer fundraising for years now, and she has some great insight on the process. Keep reading to learn more!
Peer-to-peer fundraising is a major component of the Joseph Maley Foundation’s annual Run, Walk, Roll. The peer-to-peer fundraising model allows for an individual to raise funds for the cause of their choice, by utilizing the relationships they have built in their personal, work, and social groups. When you register for the Run, Walk, Roll, you have the option of registering as a fundraising participant – both as an individual fundraiser, or as a team fundraiser. This week we will be sharing with you a set of mini-blogs by past and present Run, Walk, Roll fundraisers, who will provide insight on the process, and tips and tricks on how to best fundraise using this model! Jordan Kyle, the winner of our inaugural 10-mile race at the 2018 Run, Walk, Roll, shares his take on peer-to-peer fundraising below.
April is National Volunteer Month, and as the month winds down, the Joseph Maley Foundation would like to provide our audience with a full list of upcoming volunteer opportunities. Keep reading to learn more about the volunteer needs for each of our programs, as well as our upcoming events.
We’d like to introduce Jordan Kyle, one of the Joseph Maley Foundation’s newest board members. As an avid distance runner, and an assistant volunteer coach for Butler’s Men’s and Women’s cross country and track teams, Jordan sits on JMF’s 2019 Run, Walk, Roll committee. Keep reading to learn how Jordan came to find the Joseph Maley Foundation, and what he’s looking forward to achieving as a board member in 2019.
Cardinal Ritter senior Grant Eifert continues his Joseph Maley Foundation journey as he joins the staff as our newest intern this fall. Grant will focus his duties on preparations for the 2019 Run, Walk, Roll, and will assist JMF programs as those needs arise. We are excited to welcome Grant to the Center in his new role!
Events and Communications Manager Courtney Basso moved into a new role this year at the Joseph Maley Foundation after serving as the Junior Board Director since 2015. In this interview, she discusses her passion for working with JMF and some of the challenges and trials she faced in her new position. As part of her role, Courtney was the leading figure of this year’s 5K+10-Miler Run, Walk, Roll. She discusses her emotions and thoughts before, during, and after the event, shedding some light on all of the nuances associated with planning the the Run, Walk, Roll.