2013 Road for Hope Itinerary
For the 15th annual Road for Hope, August 24-31, 2013, students will walk —rain or shine—from Lewiston, Maine to Saint Anselm College to raise funds for nine charities in Maine and N.H.
Why I Walk: Leanne D'Entremont '13
Forty other individuals and I walked 130 miles; each step taken to serve others. Along this journey some days were harder than others, but we marched on. Although our feet were filled with blisters, we marched on. Some of us never imagined taking a journey like this, but we found the will within ourselves each day.
Why I Walk: Meaghan Ryan '12
Road For Hope was exactly what I needed when I needed it the most, and it has helped me to literally put my best foot forward before the start each year. If you are given the opportunity to be a part of the Road for Hope, cherish it. I wish the best of luck to this years leaders and walkers. Road for Hope is what you make of it, prepare for it, stay positive and take that leap of faith.
Watch a few highlights from the road as students talk about their journey and experience during this year's Road for Hope.…
One foot in front of the other, one step at a time, over 115 (of 130) miles walked, over $18,000 raised, countless lives touched by the Road For Hope. Please join us in welcoming them home! Our 35 Road for …
We caught up with Road for Hope in Alfred, Maine as the group took a break for lunch on a hot but beautiful afternoon. Today's walk of 11.5 miles would bring the group to 63.7 miles completed since leaving Lewiston …
The walk continues under sunny skies this afternoon, following a little bit of rain this morning. Spirits (and energy levels) remain high as the group passes the 50 miles walked mark this afternoon, en route to East Waterboro, ME where …