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Marathon driven by love for Kids

GENERATION NEXT
By Standard Reporter | January 31st 2017

URIRI, KENYA: He may be only 26 years old but Brian of Arrive in Kenya has the energy driven by a passion to help former street kids and the less fortunate in rural Kenya.

He will be making a lifetime history on March 18th 2017 by running a full 42km marathon in the face of Kenya, Eldoret the land of Kenyan champions in Uasin Gishu County.

Although he has never made it to the Olympics, Brian will be remembered for his passion to make a difference in the lives of former street kids, orphans and at risk youth through Light Uriri a local community Based Organization operating in Uriri Migori County.

Together with the targeted kids he has been crisscrossing the village morning and evening practicing for this for coming audacious journey that is meant to raise funds for former street kids, orphans and at risk youth at Light Home of Hope. Brian powered by Dave and Jackson plan to run for 42 Kms to raise funds that will enable these kids to have urgent things such as food, water, clothing, care, shelter and education that they would otherwise go without if such support were not forthcoming.

As a beacon of hope for kids, Brian wants to introduce to the world the athlete that lives within him just for every kid while running in a fun, positive way that will set him on the path for a healthy, physically active lifestyle while creating a change.

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