Due to the spread of COVID-19, UWP is going virtual this year with their 5k run on April 5-6th. While it is unfortunate that we cannot gather in person, I believe this is an opportunity for the global community to come together in a tangible way to help the world during this crisis.

In today’s society, where our greatest sanitation threat may be access to an extra roll of toilet paper, I was convicted of the importance to remember those who have little-to-no means of sanitation during this crisis. With that said, on April 5-6th, I am partnering with UWP, along with various colleagues and friends across the US, to run a 5k for the cause of clean water and sanitation towards Ugandan communities.

Ugandan Water Project is a non-profit humanitarian organization that works to provide safe and accessible drinking water and other catalyst WASH resources to communities in Uganda.

My fundraising goal is $200. I understand that it is not the easiest time to give for some, but if you are able to, I would appreciate gifts of $5, $15, $25 and up. May God bless you and I hope you will join me on this stand for this cause!