Employees at the participating businesses took on the challenge of building the habit of daily physical activity. Using a conversion table they worked to reach the individual goal of 100 miles! Participating businesses donated a determined amount per total miles completed by their employees.
Thank you to R&M Consultants, CRW Engineering Group, Coffman Engineers, PND Engineers, Hattenburg Dilley & Linnell, RSA Engineering, Golder Associates, Corvus Design, and MBA Consulting Engineers.
Together these companies raised $8,094.29 for Healthy Futures. This money will be invested back into programs that are working to empower Alaska’s youth to build healthy living habits.
We at Healthy Futures appreciate the financial support. As a small non-profit organization, we will not be successful without the support of the community. We also recognize the tremendous value of leadership through role modeling. Young Alaskans will not develop healthy habits without the mentorship of adults.
Thank you to Andrea Story at R&M Consultants for taking a leadership role in developing and coordinating the 100 Miles in May concept and big thanks to Len Story at R&M Consultants for developing a fantastic and very Alaskan exercise table that converts typical activities into Miles.
Only engineering firms participated this year, but Healthy Futures would like to expand the competition to other industries in 2015. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to get involved next year!
Harlow Robinson, Executive Director
Alaska Sports Hall of Fame