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Go for a run in their shoes.

Hear what boys, parents, educators, and coaches have said about Let Me Run over the years, and you will see how truly valuable Let Me Run is. While Let Me Run is all about the boy, it actually impacts everyone around him, too.

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Julian S.

4th Grade

Charlotte, NC

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Julian S.

4th Grade

It's not about winning. It doesn't matter if you're fast or not, or in a wheelchair, you still can race. Read More

Tina P.

Parent

Charlotte, NC

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Tina P.

Parent

Since starting Let Me Run just one year ago, his running has gone from running after school with his teammates at Let Me Run to just returning from the National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships. Read More

Sharon M.

Parent

Charlotte, NC

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Sharon M.

Parent

When Bobby was struggling to survive that first year of life and was suffering from congestive heart failure I was just praying for him to live and to maybe be able to walk and talk,... Read More

Jennifer B.

Parent

Charlotte, NC

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Jennifer B.

Parent

Just seeing Liam interested in something that involves exercise and teamwork is huge! Typical of kids with Asperger Syndrome, he has shied away from both until now. I'm so grateful to see him engaged and... Read More

DJ

6th Grade

Charlotte, NC

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DJ

6th Grade

“Let Me Run encouraged me to do better in class; to focus and study at home. It taught me that I need to keep encouraging myself to do better.” Read More

Matt D.

Coach

Billingsville Elementary

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Matt D.

Coach

The lessons in LMR help break through the tough skin, and it is an amazing thing to see a boy open up for the first time and talk about his fears, his weaknesses, and most... Read More

Courtney J.

Coach

Clover, SC

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Courtney J.

Coach

The beauty of the program lies in each boy’s individual growth, which can take many forms. It may be running two minutes longer or maybe he is allowing himself to vulnerable in a group discussion. Read More

Christine G.

Teacher / Educator

Baton Rogue, LA

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Christine G.

Teacher / Educator

It's an incredible privilege to watch them as they discover what it's like running it alone and then realize the power encouragement has on their peers and themselves. Read More

It's an incredible privilege to watch them as they discover what it's like running it alone and then realize the power encouragement has on their peers and themselves. Read More

Christine G.

Teacher / Educator Baton Rogue, LA

Gabriel S.

Coach

St. Louis, MO

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Gabriel S.

Coach

I'm proud to be a part of Let Me Run! Read More

Adam S.

Coach

Charlotte, NC

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Adam S.

Coach

After 5 seasons of coaching, I’m still amazed at the number of parents who tell me how much their boy looks forward to every practice, often more so than other sports they play. Read More

Channing S.

5th Grade

Charlotte, NC

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Channing S.

5th Grade

What I like most about Let Me Run is encouragement from the other boys and achieving my goals. Read More

Tyler M.

6th Grade

Gastonia, NC

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Tyler M.

6th Grade

My experience as a Let Me Run boy has been one of the most amazing experiences of my life. Read More

Shannon S.

Coach

Darien, CT

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Shannon S.

Coach

Coaching let me run is a rewarding experience because it changes the way you think about the life of a young boy. Read More