Hannah’s Helpers

The organizers of the Wellesley One Mile and the Board of the Hannah Randolph Fund are proud to announce Hannah’s Helpers, our small effort to make the world a better place in memory of a very special girl.

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What is it?
In 2012, Hannah Randolph, a 9th grade student at Wellesley High School, died unexpectedly in a ski accident. Hannah was a very special girl, and did many things, big and small, to help make the world a better place.

Hannah’s Helpers is a month-long campaign throughout April to inspire people and groups to undertake projects, efforts or even simple gestures that make the world a better place. In short, we’re going to continue Hannah’s work.

How can you take part?
You can take part by organizing a group activity, an individual effort, donating to a good cause, visiting a hospital, planting a tree, picking up some trash on a run, anything that makes the world a little better for each of us. No effort is too big or too small.

Then send pictures and reports (informal notes are fine!) to Raceonemile@gmail.com and we’ll post them on the Hannah’s Helpers photo gallery, Twitter account (#HannahsHelpers) and Facebook page to inspire others.

Good press

Check out the latest coverage about Hannah’s Helpers:

Wellesley 1 Miler gives way to Hannah’s Helpers (The Swellesley Report)

Hannah’s Helpers to take on special projects in April (The Wellesley Townsman)

The members of New England Track and Trail and Hannah’s parents Marshall and Karen got things rolling this weekend by volunteering at a Habitat for Humanity build in Wayland, Mass. Check out more photos here

Some of Hannah’s Helpers Hard at Work!

Need an idea?

Here’s a few great organizations that can always use your support!

Perkins School for the Blind

The Women’s Lunch Place

The Mazie Mentoring Program

Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston

Cradles to Crayons

Rosie’s Place

Pine Street Inn

The Home for Little Wanderers

Sudbury Valley Trustees

Mass Audubon Society

Friends of the Blue Hills

Friends of the Fells


Operation Delta Dog 



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