Co-founder of Riplaces, David Nicholson is quoted saying, “we’re elated to partner with GP2C during Rett Syndrome Awareness Month. When this way to give back was suggested, we couldn’t wait to see how we could make an impact. Both Riplaces and GP2C are local to the Jacksonville area and the partnership makes a lot of sense. We have recently been getting feedback at the running events for the other uses of Riplaces. Finding a local partnership to illustrate this is nothing shy of a blessing.”
Runner spotlight time! Meet Ashleigh Rivera from McDonough, Georgia. We are blessed to have Ashleigh as part of Team GP2C. "Ashleigh is a spitfire! She a strong and driven," shares Amei Prachthauser, GP2C Program Manager, "but she is a loving mom and wife that rocks #girlpower! She continues to make a difference... one step at a time!"
Runner spotlight time! Meet Kelly O'Donahoe from Apopka, FL. We celebrate Kelly who has been an incredible addition to Team GP2C. "Not only is she a strong and impactful role model," shares Jen Tucker, GP2C Program Manager, "but she's rocking the #girlpower! We appreciate her compassion and are proud of her leadership, drive and dedication. She continues to make a difference... one step at a time!"
Runner spotlight time! Meet Melissa DeAngelis from Wakefield, Massachusetts. We are honored to have Melissa as part of Team GP2C. "Not only is she a strong and passionate," shares Amei Prachthauser, GP2C Program Manager, "but she is a fierce fundraiser with a team that rocks #girlpower! We appreciate her dedication and are proud of her leadership, drive and dedication. She continues to make a difference... one step at a time!
The pink ribbon...the shamrock...the hot air balloon...the sneaker...the puzzle piece. It's time for our flower to represent our girls and be a beacon of strength, beauty and hope around the world. "We've come so far as a community in encouraging and inspiring others to see what we see -- competence, intelligence and worth. That it’s our flower representing Rett Syndrome is indescribable. I am so grateful for each and every staff member, volunteer, family, teacher, donor, student, business and mentor who has helped tend to our flower along the way; nurturing, sharing and representing to the world what we are all about." - Ingrid Harding, Founder and President of Girl Power 2 Cure.