I’ve always been a big supporter of education, whether that be formally though books and schooling or more experiential through exposure and experiences like giving teens their first passport.
Want your 2013 Puma-Fortis 5k Registration Covered?
I can’t be there physically, but I’m sponsoring a team of 10 runners/walkers to support the cause.
For a chance to win complimentary registration as a part of the Absolute Travel Addict team, please leave a comment 1.) confirming that you will be in Kingston on May 26th (7am start time) and 2.) what school colors you’ll be wearing by 11:59PM ET on May 17th. On Saturday, May 18th, I’ll announce the winners with an update on this blog post.
Here’s how you can help!
More about the charitable causes
The Reverend Percival Gibson envisioned a school that would produce well-balanced men of integrity and character who would become leaders and set an example in public life and other pursuits. In 1925 he opened the doors of Kingston College 49 students.
KC has produced over 2,000 grads who have become Olympic athletes and Rhodes scholars; politicians and scientists; engineers and doctors; teachers and businessmen; artists and musicians; professors and poets; and men in many other endeavors.
Founded in 1880, Alpha Boys’ School in Kingston, Jamaica has a rich and deep history of service to boys who have come from very hard circumstances and have struggled to navigate society. Known world wide for its music program, Alpha Boys’ School has produced musical greats such as several members of the Skattilites and King Yellowman among many others.