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I am running for #TEAMGLUTENFREE

#TEAMGLUTENFREE is at it again! I am running for the 2020 Virtual charity challenge. Since being diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2015 I have dedicated my time to advocating for the community. Working to make life easier for those who live gluten-free. I NEVER considered myself “a runner”. When the opportunity to take part in an epic community fundraising event popped up I couldn’t resist. This will be my third year running to support The Canadian Celiac Association in the Scotia Bank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. I started training right away. My second year I managed to shave about 4 minutes off my 5KM time lets see what happens this year without the thousands of people and cold crisp morning air to boot me into high gear!

I would love it if you could sponsor me for this incredible fundraising event – Every sponsorship goes directly to The Canadian Celiac Association.




Run with #teamglutenfree

5 dollars for every registration using THIS LINK means $5 will go directly to The Canadian Celiac Association.


Be sure to share your memories throughout the month. Use #teamglutenfree so we can find your post and create an epic team phot from participants across Canada and the Globe. Have an awesome view as you log your Km’s Have an amazing Fundraising story or proud of a runner or donor share it all using our team hashtag so we can all stay connected throughout the month as we log our distance!







Do you have any memories from previous years you can share? Here are only a couple of mine!

In previous years we all had such a blast coming together in the very early morning long before the sunrises. Coming together and heading to the starting line together. This year is different You can walk or run your distance at any time anywhere throughout the month of October. So be sure to share your journey with completing your distance and raising funds all in the spirit of #teamglutenfree We can all come together virtually by using the same hashtag and sharing our stories with celiac and gluten-related disorders this month to raise awareness for Celiac Disease and gluten-related disorders.

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