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Following a 3-year break the Pink Train Foundation is delighted to announce that this year they are organizing the Pink Train May Marathon again and invite you to take part and help them raise funds for a good cause.
How can you participate?
1). During the month of May run, walk, cycle, ride, rollerblade or use whatever other means to "do" 42 km. Keep a tally of your achievements and invite your friends, family, colleagues and others to support you by donating to the Pink Train Foundation. Donations can be made via their fund-raising link or directly to their bank or PayPal accounts. All donations made in May will be counted towards their goal of raising a minimum of EUR 4200. (As a guide, the Foundation needs an average of EUR 3000 a month to cover the costs of counseling and physiotherapy for breast cancer patients).
The Foundation would love it if you posted pictures of your efforts on your social media with one or more of the following hashtags #pinktrainmarathon2023 #rozāvilcienamaratons2023 #pinktrain42k (optional, of course).
Prizes will be awarded at the end of the challenge to the individual and group (family, friends, company or organization) raising the highest amount, as well as those considered to be the most creative. The pinker, the better, of course!
2). Not ready to “do” a marathon in May? Support us or someone participating by donating!
Donations can be made via this link: https://gogetfunding.com/pink-train-marathon-2023/
Via PayPal: email@example.com
Direct to the Pink Train Foundation bank account: Rozā vilciena labdarības fonds:
The Foundation will also appreciate any donations towards our prize fund - please contact us separately by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Zinta on 26338398.
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