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.
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.
Check out the latest coverage about Hannah’s Helpers:
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!