I’m running for Camp No Limits

by Jen Reeves on July 16, 2012 · 5 comments

in 2012, camp no limits

Last December, Jordan and I launched our first ever fundraiser for Camp No Limits. In about a month, Jordan was able to celebrate her birthday knowing we raised enough to send six kids to camp. She’s incredibly proud. So this year, I hope to raise even more for a number of reasons. First, we want to help send even more kids to Missouri camp. Second, Jordan and I have talked about trying to attend the big camp in Maine. But we’ll need your help financially!

So… I’m starting the fundraiser by running this upcoming weekend in the Rock n’ Roll Chicago Half Marathon. I’m pretty excited and will run the day after I speak at the Brands and Bloggers Summit (also known at #BBSummit12). I love the city and it’s where Jordan’s prosthetics are built. There’s all kinds of reasons to run there! It will be hot, but luckily the race starts at 6:30 in the morning to try to avoid the worst heat. But as I’ve written before, I believe the strength of our kids push me a little further. I know that’s why I run.

Thanks to so many of your for your continued support of the camp and helping so many kids enjoy a fantastic experience from camp and the long-lasting relationships that come from the camp experience. If you are interested in donating to our newest camp fundraiser, you can find it here.

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Michelle July 20, 2012 at 11:12 pm

That is so awesome. Go, Jordan! Is she going to camp, too? I love that you’re all doing this. Can’t wait to see you tomorrow – and good luck Sunday :)

Brandie July 23, 2012 at 1:09 pm

I’m late to the party but it was so great to hear you speak and get to meet you on Saturday! And I’m glad the marathon went well and I hope you get to make it to the big camp!

Jen Lee Reeves July 25, 2012 at 11:06 pm

Thanks Brandie! I had so much fun meeting you! The race was pretty cool… Super hot and muggy but fun.

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