2016 Road For Hope Itinerary
For the 18th annual Road for Hope, August 20-27, 2016, students will walk —rain or shine—from Lewiston,… [more]
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.
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.
Our Tuesday night update came via a phone call at 9 o'clock as a dance party was soon to break out in the St. Therese Gymnasium. Spirits remain high, and the group is excited to cross into New Hampshire today …
The first two days of the 2016 Road For Hope are complete, and the group already has dozens of stories to share. Student-leader Maggie Lynch '17 called with an update after Abbot Matthew concluded Mass on Sunday evening for the …
For the 18th annual Road for Hope, August 20-27, 2016, students will walk —rain or shine—from Lewiston, Maine to Saint Anselm College to raise funds for nine charities in Maine and N.H. It is a modern-day pilgrimage that, in the …
When I walked Road For Hope for the first time, in 2014, one of the leaders shared an African Proverb with the group. It read, “if you want to walk fast, walk alone, if you want to walk far, walk …