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Run to Break the Chain – Seaside 2018

I will never give up. I really believe that love is the answer. I believe that we can learn to love each other so much we can no longer tolerate harming each other and that eventually, light will outshine the darkness. I believe absolutely we can end human trafficking by bringing it to light, outshining the darkness, and then giving our love and light to survivors.

August 18th, 2018 almost 60 runners and their children came together for the Run to Break the Chain and to raise funds to end sex trafficking, to bring training to the Pacific Coast, and to fund healthy activities that keep kids connected to the community.

Funds went to 2 organizations:

  • Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.) whose promise reads,”To the children who we pray for daily, we say: Your long night is coming to an end. Hold on. We are on our way.And to those captors and perpetrators, even you monsters, who dare offend God’s precious children, we declare to you: Be afraid. We are coming for you.”
  • Sunset Empire Parks and Recreation (SEPRD) who organize healthy activities for Seaside kids and families. Staff at SEPRD  did an amazing job of organizing events, facilitating registration, timing, and identifying the race winners.

Sponsors included:

  1. Sam’s Seaside Cafe
  2. Providence Seaside Hospital
  3. Clatsop Community Bank
  4. The Human Bean
  5. Tora Sushi
  6. Tongue Point Job Corp (M.T.C.)
  7. and me 🙂

The first place winner: Kendal Sawa, CEO of PSH with a time of 21 minutes and zero seconds (3 7-minute miles)

Find the Run to Break the Chain Photo Gallery Here!

 

A great time was had by all!

 

Medals were handcrafted by Tongue Point Job Corp Students using the O.U.R. logo.

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I am an abolitionist because….

“Bad things happen when good people do nothing.”

When the Heart Calls (A great sappy show!)

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I am donating to Operation Underground Railroad because I heard Tim Ballard, the CEO speak and I knew he was a good man doing great things for children. And let’s face it, I believe i have proven I am a, “kid horder.” Six kids was not enough!

This Christmas give gifts with a deeper meaning. When you purchase from the O.U.R. catalog funds go to end sex trafficking and save children. Learn more HERE.

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