Here’s how to prepare well for the Global 6K for Water on May 6, 2017, and have a blast as you help bring clean water to children around the world.
Judy Carlson, 71, walked the 2017 Global 6K for Water at her own pace — slowly and steadily, using her cane for support. Six kilometers is the average distance people in the developing world walk for water. Judy walked her 6K for 6-year-old Bintou from Mali. Who will you walk for?
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Each time a person crossed the race’s finish line, Ryan and other volunteers put a medal around their neck, looked at them, and reminded them: “Because you walked this 6K today, a child doesn’t have to.” They referred to the child pictured on each participant’s race bib.