RDG Month of Thanks, Day 8: NeighborLink Fort Wayne & Andrew Hoffman

Day 8 of RDG’s Month of Thanks remembers how great of a fit that NeighborLink Fort Wayne was for Runners Doing Good, especially at such a crucial time for us. Ever feel that something is just meant to be? When the decision was made that we were going to be supporting a new charity, weContinue reading “RDG Month of Thanks, Day 8: NeighborLink Fort Wayne & Andrew Hoffman”

RDG Month of Thanks, Day 7 – It’s all about the hardware

All of the sweat, blood, and tears are wrapped up in these.

RDG Month of Thanks, Day 4: RNW Team 1

Runnin’ Not Walken, Team 1….those guys. Those guys will always hold a special place in our hearts. This is the team that started it all. They said yes when they didn’t know what was coming….at all! The one thing that was pretty special, at least to me, was that I look at that group andContinue reading “RDG Month of Thanks, Day 4: RNW Team 1”

Month of Thanks, Day 3: Enterprise

Maybe it’s odd to recognize a car rental company in a month of gratitude posting but I still maintain that life is all about relationships and doing well by others and Enterprise Rent-A-Car certainly did well by us. For our first 5 years of this crazy adventure, we required the rental of two, 15 passengerContinue reading “Month of Thanks, Day 3: Enterprise”

RDG By the Numbers After Ragnar Trail ’22

7 – 3, 2, & 2 – Number of Ragnar Road Relays run in Chicago and Michigan and Trail Relays in Michigan 10 – Number of Vans rented 33 – Number of different runners that have run on behalf of Runnin’ Not Walken Runners Doing Good since 2015 1,226.2 – Miles run, in total, byContinue reading “RDG By the Numbers After Ragnar Trail ’22”

What’s Next?

In the matter of about a week, we’ll publish our campaign’s final numbers. Not long after that, we’ll update Runners Doing Good’s stats in our Team RDG: By the Numbers series. If you’d like to see what we’ve done in past, please click here. Beyond that, the question ultimately turns to “What’s Next?” It’s aContinue reading “What’s Next?”