Join Jhpiego, a Johns Hopkins University affiliate, in fighting COVID-19 across the world in this year’s global Miles for Mothers Remix. This virtual event will help keep health care workers on the frontlines of COVID-19 safe while they prevent and contain outbreaks of COVID-19, and help moms and their families living in countries that were already experiencing crises before the COVID-19 pandemic, such as severe shortages of health care workers and lifesaving medical equipment, high maternal mortality rates, unreliable stocks of essential medicines, poor access to health facilities, lack of electricity and civil unrest.
Our goal is to raise $34,000 to help stop the pandemic in its tracks and save lives among the world’s most at-risk populations. Join us by walking, running, donating or fundraising to keep health care workers, moms and their families safe!
RUNNING FOR RESULTS!For the 7th consecutive year, my Jhpiego colleagues and I will be participating in a virtual run/walk October 17-25 as a part of the Baltimore Running Festival in support of Jhpiego's Miles for Mothers 2020 Remix.In this year of pandemic, like many of you, I have experienced challenges - but none on the scale experienced by those working on the frontlines of COVID-19. In countries where Jhpiego is working, who were already in crisis prior to the pandemic, the need for PPE is so great. I am fundraising for Jhpiego to purchase PPE, keeping the world's most at-risk populations and health care workers safe. 100% of funds donated will go to the purchase of PPE! Would you consider a donation please?Thank you for your consideration and support!
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Support Miles for Mothers Remix by running or walking your distance on your own “course” and at your own pace from October 17-25, 2020. You can register as a runner or walker, or donate directly to support Miles for Mothers Remix! Create your own fundraiser to encourage your friends, family and community to help make a difference.
100% of all gifts will go directly to buying lifesaving supplies and providing education on the use of personal protective equipment to prevent the spread of COVID-19, such as:
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