Running Brooke Get Involved Blog Post
2016 Move2Learn Grant Awards Ceremony
$70,000 will be awarded on February 10th benefitting more than 3,600 at-risk children in Alexandria.  This year, funding priority was given to non-profits who use exercise and physical activity to... [read more]
Running Brooke Get Involved Blog Post
RunningBrooke has 2016 Marine Corps Marathon Bibs
Breaking NEWS: RunningBrooke has YOUR guaranteed Marine Corps Marathon Bib! Run for a reason and put smiles in your miles… Fight childhood obesity and increase test scores for at-risk in... [read more]

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  • Thanks @redbricktown! We're pumped to fund and partner with so many nonprofits. Can't wait to unveil who they are!

    February 8, 2016

  • RT @JJSHOTMAMASALSA: Great article! Thanks for sharing @RunningBrooke

    February 8, 2016

  • Keep up the great work @CommunityLdgngs -- we can't wait to see Fitness Fridays!

    February 8, 2016

  • VA is changing!

    February 7, 2016

  • RT @LizLukedotcom: #OpenHouse Sun Feb 7 2-4 PM! Fantastic #OldTown location - walk to #Metro! #homebuyer https://t.…

    February 5, 2016

RunningBrooke goes the distance for at-risk children in Alexandria, Virginia by funding innovative local charities and programs that help ensure young people in our community are healthy, active and ready to succeed in school and life.

William E. Euille, City of Alexandria Mayor
Brooke Sydnor Curran is the kind of citizen that every community needs and wishes it had more of — a tireless, passionate individual that dedicates not only her time but also money to improving outcomes for the most vulnerable in our City — our children. It's organizations like RunningBrooke, that ensure that the neediest children have access to early childhood education, educational opportunities, and safe and stimulating outdoor play that they deserve to become successful and healthy citizens. RunningBooke has been running and running and running on behalf of the City of Alexandria. As the city's Mayor, I am thankful for her help and pleased to officially bestow on to her the title "Official Ambassador to the City of Alexandria".
John Porter, President/CEO of ACT for Alexandria
RunningBrooke—What a great concept and a wonderful way to help others in our community. In addition to providing a creative and visible means for fundraising—the funds from which go back into the community, the additional aspect of promoting nutrition, exercise and conditioning serve to provide a multi-pronged message to others. I can’t go anywhere in town and speak about ACT without someone acknowledging RunningBrooke and the tremendous impact it has had on our community, particularly with the focus on kids, kids health and their development.
  •   7 continents/50 States
  •   1 Marathon a month
  •   5 World Marathons
  •   93 marathons
  •   15,400+ training miles
  •   Impacted over 3,000 at-risk children
  •   Funded new literacy tutoring programs
  •   Provided hundreds of community volunteers
  •   Rehabbed 4 school playgrounds
  •   Donated 1,875 new books to children in shelters