When Team In Training (TNT) sets up your fundraising page, it comes loaded with a brief message that they recommend you change to make your own. But I chose to keep the first two sentences, because I think they’re perfect: Teams are made up of individuals. Without them, there is no team.
My TNT team that I’ll be training with is comprised of individuals called participants. Without the participants, there would be no Indy TNT. But each individual participant builds their own team — of donators. Without you, my team of donators, I can’t fulfill my duties as a TNT participant. So, thank you, in advance, for supporting me and helping kick cancer!
I’m going to keep posts as short as possible, so if you’re thinking to yourself, “What the heck is Team In Training?,” check out the ‘Learn More‘ section. If you’re raring to go & support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s mission, click the link to find out how to donate. And if you’re a stranger, you can get to know me better!
Otherwise, I’d like to formally introduce you to my blog, which I’ll be using as a vehicle to keep you updated on my fundraising progress, my training, and all other things Team In Training. Tomorrow I’ll be receiving my official TNT welcome & Tuesday I’ll be getting more details about my honored teammate, whose story is an incredible testament to why every penny donated and mile run is worth it.
Stay tuned for updates & don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions/comments!