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You Are Invited To Join These Two Epic Maltese Athletes Running 190km Around Malta’s Coast

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This Saturday, July 25th, Hospitality Consultant Claudio Camilleri and CEO Patrick Tabone will be running a 190-kilometre track that goes around the entire Maltese and Gozitan coast in temperatures that feel like 36 degrees Celsius to raise money for young refugees’ education.

“An extreme run like this only makes sense if we manage to raise lots of money and
positively impact people’s lives, so please, if you haven’t done so already, make a donation,” Patrick Tabone said in a passionate statement.

The athletes are encouraging fellow runners and families to join them along the way and help boost their morale and cheer them on. Those wishing to support this cause and run the last five kilometres with Claudio and Patrick can do so by following their exact location on the website, www.1run.mt, and then meeting them at the end of Ta’ Xbiex gardens at this location:
https://goo.gl/maps/SgJnrMf5Tgz7Jj3e7.

Meanwhile, families and their children who would like to highlight the importance of access to education for all by running the last kilometre can join them from near Sliema pitch by following their progress on the website and using this location:
https://goo.gl/maps/BGqHsJMTFzSDzcy98.

They are aiming to raise at least €15,000 through www.1run.mt for JRS and Kopin who specifically designed Education Support Programmes to equip young migrants with the skills and training to become employable.

Donations may be made by visiting www.1run.mt. All the money collected will be going directly to JRS and Kopin.

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????SOUND ON!????Funds raised by 1Run 1Race will be used to fund a specifically designed Education Support Programme (ESP) run by Kopin Malta and Jesuit Refugee Service MaltaThis will help refugee and migrant children and youths gain better access to education and training. Please consider a donation by visiting: www.1run.mtVideographer: Michael Metzner

Posted by 1RUN on Monday, July 13, 2020

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