Help China's kids seek a brighter future
Rich Hoeg, a Honeywell employee whose blog 'econtent' I've been following for a while, is helping rural children in China by running a marathon to raise money for the China Tomorrow Education Foundation. The charity's mission is to help the children of remote villages in China obtain a basic education, escape poverty and seek a brighter future by retaining their elementary schools and support local education-related capital projects.
Rich is asking for help from fellow bloggers to spread the word on his charity run. No problem Rich!:
"Please consider sponsoring me for Grandma's Marathon and my Run for Chinese Education. Not only will I be putting the proverbial feet to the pavement ... for 26.2 miles, but I am also contributing $600 of my own money."