Road For Hope Returns To The Hilltop Sunday!
One foot in front of the other, one step at a time, over 115 (of 130) miles walked, over $19,000 raised for charity, countless lives touched by the Road for Hope! Please join us in welcoming them home!
2014 Road for Hope Itinerary
For the 16th annual Road for Hope, August 24-31, 2014, 36 students will walk —rain or shine—from Lewiston, Maine to Saint Anselm College to raise funds for ten charities in Maine and N.H.
Why I Walk: Erin Connolly '15
Walking the Road For Hope is exactly what it's title describes, we bring hope to others by getting the communities attention and sharing our mission. Throughout the years we have made great connections with our charities, the communities, and the different people along our route.
Why I Walk: Haley Mount '15
As my third and final walk approaches my understanding of Road For Hope has changed. For starters we no longer are walking for 9 great causes but for 10. Additionally though I now see Road For Hope as more then a walk. I see it as a journey, both physically and mentally.
Why I Walk: Julie LePore '15
Road for Hope has been the most challenging yet rewarding experience I've had in my years at Saint Anselm and has impacted me more than I could have ever imagined.
One foot in front of the other, one step at a time, over 115 (of 130) miles walked, over $19,000 raised for charity, countless lives touched by the Road for Hope! Please join us in welcoming them home!…
Today was an incredible day walking! People's spirits were very high and many of the walkers remarked how good they were feeling!! Tonight we are staying at Saint Charles Children's home. All of the walkers were greeted by the Sisters …
In spite of the warm weather, our walkers remain in high spirits! Sue Gabert, Director of Campus Ministry spent the day with our Road for Hope walkers (and sent back the photos below) as they trekked 11.5 miles through Southern …
A beautiful first day of Road for Hope 2014! An excited group of 42 left the Bascilica of Sts. Peter and Paul early this morning enroute to their first overnight at St. Gregory's Catholic Church in Gray, ME. Along the …
42 student-walkers gathered in the new Living-Learning Commons on campus this afternoon to hear words of encouragement from fellow walker Shane Matthews '15, Sue Gabert, Director of Campus Ministry and Dr. Steven DiSalvo, President of the College. After a brief …