Building for Good ("B4G") is officially up and running, and to celebrate, we're going running! Racing for Good is our inaugural "fun run" fundraiser to help raise financial support for B4G.
We invite you to join B4G and your ABA Forum on Construction Law (the "Forum") colleagues for a fun 1.2-mile walk/run in the rising desert sun at the Forum Midwinter Meeting in Tucson, AZ. Help us raise financial support for B4G while having a great time with your Forum friends in matching t-shirts.
When you register, join your Division "racing" team, or choose a new Division team, and use your personalized fundraising link to spread the word to your network for additional fundraising support. Prizes will be given for the winners and the Division team with the highest fundraising amount. (Not that it's a competition, or anything.)
Whether you plan to race and win the whole thing, whether you plan to walk briskly and enjoy the sunrise, or whether you plan to saunter down the sidewalk with a cup of coffee (because no one should be without coffee at 6 am), there's a spot for everyone while we Race for Good. Help us celebrate B4G's beginnings and kick off a new year of giving back to our communities. We hope to see you on the racecourse!
About us: B4G is a national web-based platform that links nonprofits and charities with volunteer construction lawyers to provide pro bono legal services. B4G's mission is to help other nonprofits fulfill their missions. By helping organizations find volunteer lawyers to provide pro bono construction services, the organizations can save on legal bills and use those funds to help their clients.
Your generous donation will help give B4G the financial support to help other nonprofits. Your dollars will help pair worthy organizations with volunteer lawyers. And your contributions will help B4G reach more deserving nonprofits and charities--and those they serve--in more states.
Thank you for your support! You make everything we do possible, and we are beyond grateful to have you on our Racing for Good team.