Breaking a World Running Record For Cancer
Oneiric Hockey is raising money to fight Cancer. As a new company with limited cash resources, we needed a creative (and crazy) idea to help with our fundraising efforts for this important cause.
We are going to break the world record for the most consecutive days running a half marathon distance (21km) for females. The current record is 60 and our goal is 70 because Oneiric’s core value is about pushing personal limits and developing your inner champion!
Our founder Emily Rudow is an avid runner. Like so many people, she’s lost loved ones to cancer.
Follow Emily’s journey as she runs 70 half marathons consecutivelty for Oneiric to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society to help fight Cancer. Any donation big or small makes a huge difference.
The goal is to raise money for cancer but we also want this to be about our community coming together. Emily will be posting her running route daily - Please join her on her journey and run by her side!
#RUN70 begins May 15th, 2017
You can follow our progress here:
Thank you for helping us support this very important cause.
About the Canadian Cancer Society
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer. For more information, visit www.cancer.ca.
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