Thank you to Team 25:40!

On November 19, 2015 By

Team 25:40 doubled up this year, participating in both the Marine Corps Marathon and TCS New York City Marathon.  Nine wonderful souls ran the full MCM, two ran the MCM 10K on October 25, and three ran the TCS New York City Marathon on November 1. Natalie Ehrlich ran BOTH marathons a week apart!  Together the two teams [...]

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Join 25:40 on Saturday, September 26 at 8:00am for an 8K run/walk at beautiful Burke Lake Park in Fairfax Station, Virginia.  Runners and walkers will depart Shelter A and will enjoy the beautiful scenery that will surely be a great way to start the day!  Race winners will receive prizes courtesy of Glory [...]

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Team 25:40 is so proud to have so many runners on our team for the 2015 Marine Corps Marathon and the 2015 TCS NYC Marathon!  These individuals are putting purpose to their training by raising funds for 25:40′s programs for vulnerable and orphaned children in rural South Africa.  Each runner has a unique story and [...]

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The Annual Walk for the Kids has a new name and a new location, but it is still the same fun event!  Join 25:40 on Saturday, September 26th at 8am at Burke Lake Park for an 8K Run/Walk.  All proceeds from the 8K will go to 25:40′s programming in rural South Africa.  Join [...]

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TEAM 25:40
Help become part of the solution by running for 25:40. Whether you are a novice or an elite athlete, you can elevate your experience above just a race -- you can race to give an at-risk child in rural South Africa a #FightingChance to rise above poverty, disease and violence.
The Sub-Saharan AIDS epidemic has a devastating effect on millions of families. Consider that 5.5 million adults and children live with HIV/AIDS in South Africa alone. Discover the hard facts about poverty, disease and violence, and help become a part of the solution.
25:40’s current focus is on children living in rural areas of South Africa’s Eastern Cape. We have selected this area as our place of initial focus due to its extreme poverty, lack of resources and lack of attention from the outside world.