Are you ready and willing to be a part of Team Danny Did? We welcome supporters in any part of the country (and world!) to merge fitness and fundraising while raising awareness for our foundation as they participate in a walk, run, bike ride, triathlon or any type of athletic event. Each Team Danny member receives a Team Danny tech shirt and a customized, easy-to-use online fund raising page to make their effort a big success. Since 2010 Team Danny has combined across many events to raise more than $500,000 to assist our mission to prevent deaths caused by seizures! See below for some upcoming options. For more information contact Mary Duffy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When You Join Team Danny Did:
- You receive a high end Team Danny tech shirt
- You receive a customized, easy-to-use online fundraising page
- We will reimburse your race entry fee once you reach your fundraising goal
SOME UPCOMING OPTIONS:
July 2018: Team Danny Did in the Rock 'N Roll Chicago Half Marathon
Click here to learn about all the details on running for Team Danny Did in this 13.1 mile race on Sunday July 16th throughout some great Chicago neighborhoods!
October 7, 2018: Team Danny Did in the 41st Annual Chicago Marathon
The 2018 Bank of America Chicago Marathon - the second largest in the world - runs on October 7, 2018. As an official charity partner of the race, we will have a limited supply of guaranteed charity entries to give out. The required fundraising minimum for these entries is $1,000 until November 29, 2017 when they will increase to $1,500. Our Team Danny Did entries will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. If you would like to apply for a guaranteed spot on Team Danny Did in the 2018 Chicago Marathon, please email email@example.com for more information. In 2017 we had runners from 12 states, and we are ready to top that in 2018! For full details on the 2018 Chicago Marathon, click here.
We also have opportunities for corporate partners who wish to support Team Danny Did in the Chicago Marathon. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for those details.
OR PICK A RACE IN YOUR OWN AREA!
Remember – You can bring Team Danny Did to any race, any where! Biking, running, walking, endurance, swimming...they are all fair game and make a difference to support our cause. Just let us know and we’ll help to set it up.
The #TEAMDANNYDID Memories and Feelings Will Raise You Up
"Danny Did and its mission pushed me to not let busy work and family schedules, lack of training, or fear of running slower than I used to get in the way of getting out there and being part of a great event and a greater cause. Thank you for making me feel so welcome. I had a great time and both Colin and I look forward to running for Team Danny Did again." - Rachel Witty, Anchorage, Alaska
"Words cannot begin to describe the level of accomplishment (and soreness) that I feel today, and I have you and the rest of the Danny Did Foundation to thank for that. After my accident, 2.5 years ago, I was told there was a chance I may never walk again. I made every deal with God that I possibly could and promised myself I would never take my ability to walk granted if he'd just let surgery go smoothly. I wanted to keep that promise to myself and in doing so I was also able to give back to an amazing charity. So thank you, thank you, thank you! Despite the pain, I'm already looking forward to next year!" - MaryKate Phelan, Oak Lawn, Illinois
"Thank for the opportunity to raise seizure awareness through Team Danny Did. Not one doctor mentioned SUDEP to us when our daughter was diagnosed, so I am glad that I can help educate others about seizures and SUDEP through the Chicago Marathon. I feel very blessed to be running (albeit slowly) with this team!" - Kelly Hamilton, Dunlap, Illinois
"I just wanted to say thanks for all that you do. It's a lifelong dedication to Danny and I just think it's amazing. He makes a difference every day in many lives. His spirit is still alive and always will be, and no one can take that away from you. The marathon and my running helps me to cope with epilepsy and beat the odds, and being a part of your team is an inspiration." - Tim McDonald, Chicago, Illinois