353km! Over halfway home

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Frederick with Quinte Christian Highschool student, Cody.

Frederick has now run 353km on his route! By 3pm today that will change again. He is keeping up the pace and between running, speaking engagements, eating and sleeping, not to mention the phone calls back home, he is closer to us than we realize.

Since Monday this week, Frederick has spoke at over 10 different locations, including Schools, Police Stations, Rotary Clubs, RBC branches and even a boxing gym! Yes, the Run for Youth team is getting tired BUT, they remember the cause and the purpose and the vision will remain at the fore front of this marathon.

Take a look below to see all the amazing stops the Run for Youth team have made these last few days.

Would you please consider championing the cause and donate online, by mail or by phone at 1-844-827-0354.

Rotary Club of Belleville, Ont., welcomed the Run for Youth team with open arms. Thank you for supporting our Youth!

Rotary Club of Belleville, Ont., welcomed the Run for Youth team with open arms. Thank you for supporting our Youth!

Frederick sharing his passion for the youth and inspiring message of hope and reconciliation.

Frederick sharing his passion for the youth and inspiring message of hope and reconciliation.

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Students come together to hear from Frederick and Luis at Quinte Christian High School on Monday, October 24th.

A student by the name of Angel is excited to sign Frederick's route map.

A student by the name of Angel is excited to sign Frederick’s route map.

RBC signs our route map to show support to the campaign.

RBC signs our route map to show support to the campaign.

Group photo with Vicki(manager) & RBC staff supporters at RBC, Belleville, Ont.

Group photo with Vicki(manager) & RBC staff supporters at RBC, Belleville, Ont.

Quinte High School students were so inspired by the Run for Youth team that they decided to run with them. Thank you for your support!

Frederick & the team stopped into the John Howard Society, Belleville, to do a few rounds.

Frederick & the team stopped into the John Howard Society, Belleville, to do a few rounds.

Frederick and Luis present MVP award to Constable John Connor of the Kingston Police service.

Frederick and Luis present MVP award to Constable John Connor of the Kingston Police service.

Constable Pat Finnigan, OPP Napenee accepting the MVP award.

Constable Pat Finnigan, OPP, Napenee accepting the MVP award.

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Thank you to Y’Wanna Hav CAFE for supplying lunch to our Run for Youth team-Delicious!

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