Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
I am collecting blocks with green colour for my mother….but when I grow up I want to be a tailor.” – Dorcas,6, who mines for copper and cobalt in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) with her mother and six siblings.
Join Team World Vision at the 2014 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon as we run for child protection. Team World Vision is running to help protect children from being exploited and abused. Child miners like Dorcas in the DRC and girls like Shokhatu who are forced into early marriage in Bangladesh need your help.
The Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon is known as a flat and fast course allowing many people to achieve a personal best, qualify for Boston, have a memorable first marathon or an outstanding race. Power walkers and slower runners also love this course because of its 6 hour time limit.
Register today as an individual or team captain and join us as we run to raise money to protect vulnerable children around the world.
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|One Child's Story of Hope
Shokhatu, a former child bride, has a new life.JOIN TEAM
Get to know her amazing story of restoration!
MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Changing lives; that's what Team World Vision is
all about - the lives of children and families around the world and the lives of our team members.
As you train, ask others to make a donation
on your behalf. Together you are enabling
World Vision to help those in need.
|The Life of a Child Miner|
This young girl collects pieces of raw copper materials.
Learn more about Dorcas.
YOU DON'T HAVE
TO BE AN ATHLETE!
80% of our team is completely new to this.
You CAN do it!
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