Thursday, March 20, 2008

AIDS Trundle

Once again, ladies and gents, I'll be crutching around the block twice (it's a lot, believe me! Imagine walking on your hands...) as my post-surgery AIDS Walk to support Ubuntu Education Fund on May 18th. I did it last year, and needed pea pod shoulder pads and a big nap afterwards. Am expecting same experience this year.

Why, you ask?

For kids like this:

And because Ubuntu is building a massive new center the likes of which have never before existed in the townships of Port Elizabeth, which will provide life-changing services, programs and support for the thousands of children and adults that Ubuntu helps every year.

I've seen them at work. It's real.

CLICK HERE to sponsor me! Even a little bit!


Anonymous said...

Hi, Sarah! enjoyed reading your blog. I'm a friend of Lauren's and Denise's (and Jenn's) in Atlanta and work at same office as Denise. Will pop a check into snail mail this day for you! Cheers and best wishes on your 2nd surgery outcome...please be very very careful on the walk! Dimitri Shreckengost, Atlanta (Decatur)GA

Sarah said...

Thank you so much! That's so generous of you! I promise I won't try to do anything crazy on the walk - no running!