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Girls on the Run is a transformational physical activity based positive youth development program for girls in 3rd-8th grade. We teach life skills through dynamic interactive lessons and running games. The program culminates with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5k running event. The goal of the program is to unleash confidence through accomplishment while establishing a lifetime appreciation of health and fitness.

Girls on the Run is an Independent Council of Girls on the Run International, which has a network of over 200 councils across the United States and Canada.

Hi everyone!

Last year I was able to raise $2000 in scholarships for girls to join Girls on the Run. That is the same as 12 girls joining this awesome program for free!

I think it is really important to always be kinder than necessary and always help those in need and Girls on the Run is So Much Fun!!

Will you please help me reach my goal again? I have until May 1st and it means so much to me to be able to do this!

Oh! and at the end I will run a 5K as my thank you to you all…

Go Team!!

xoxo-Hannah Bean

hannah

I am an outdoor enthusiast and love exploring the great outdoors! I tried some new challenges in 2014.  I solo backpack a long distance trail in the High Sierras of California, The John Muir Trail.  I completed my first half marathon in October with my good friend Rebecca who is also on my Solemate team.  Rebecca is a cancer survivor and an inspiration and a catalyst for the challenges I completed last year.  I pushed harder, tried to be fearless and not give up just like Rebecca.
I am running my second half marathon but this time I am even more excited because I am raising money for Girls on The Run!  This program is a great opportunity to inspire girls to give it their all in the same way my friend Rebecca inspired me.  I am excited to be a part of this awesome Solemate team!
Anita

We are so excited that our spring season starts on Monday!  You should be hearing from your coaches this week with more details on practice!  If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

“I am single mom of 6 year old boy.   I am a one year breast cancer survivor.  I was diagnosed at 40 in july 2013 with stage 2 breast cancer. I had a bilateral mastectomy in September then in October started 4 month chemo treatment.   Just before I was diagnosed I was planning on running my first half marathon a superhero half.  I had to put training and marathon on hold.  I ran my first half marathon in October 2014 just one year after surgery and start of chemo.   I set a goal for myself and did it.  I wasnt planning on doing superhero half until i found out about solemates.

I have heard about girls on the run before and new little about the organization.  So i read about it and When asked to be a solemate and fundraise I thought AWESOME.  I feel good about being able to help a group of girls feel good about themselves and obtain goals through fitness.”

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“My name is Robin Suplicki and I am a competitive CrossFitter from Lake Hopatcong, NJ. I started to become more interested in running last summer and took part in my first few 5k races and even a 10k this past year. I love the way running makes me feel, physically and mentally. I have a few friends that were coaches for GOTR and this is how I found out about becoming a SoleMate. GOTR is a very important program and I love the idea that I am helping young girls to become part of the program!  I am running as a SoleMate for my first 1/2 marathon in May, the Superhero 1/2 in Morristown!”

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