Bayview Avenue at River Street turnaround
Live music! Join the Cabbagetown Youth cheering squad and help raise funds for Seed by Seed.
Teresa recently completed her Masters of Science studying the impact of environmental disturbance on plants. In her downtime, she spends her time playing soccer, frisbee, and running, as well as exploring the great outdoors. Teresa is excited to participate in the Scotiabank Marathon for the first time!
Hey my name is Danny. Really excited to be apart of this race to support the Seed by Seed Campaign. I have been running all my life and super excited to run downtown Toronto and experience that electrifying crowed on bay street as you cross the finish line. There is not a better feeling than sprinting that last 200 metres after a long race.
Curtis is a Torontonian by way of Southwestern Ontario, by way of Northern Ontario, by way of Eastern Ontario, by way of Northern Ontario, again. This will be his second half-marathon. He cites his heroes as Steve Antolin and Mahatma Gandhi (in that order).
Mike Arnold is an actuary-turned-entrepreneur and is the co-founder and CEO of Arnold Tutoring, a math tutoring service in Toronto. Along with running, Mike enjoys soccer, golf, and pretty much every other sport as well. He volunteers for Golden Future South Africa, an outreach project that empowers youth in a township outside of Cape Town and he hopes to raise lots of funds for Seed by Seed as he is running in his fourth marathon and second STWM!
We believe that by fostering a healthy relationship with food, we have the power to address the most pressing social justice issues of our time. Seed by Seed strives to strengthen the relationship between schools, communities and local sustainable food initiatives. We are a non-profit organization and educational partner that offers speeches and action focused workshops that empower youth and their communities to reconnect with their food and create positive change. Our goals are to encourage healthy eating, to support local farming and to understand the power of the consumer. Ultimately we want to reshape our food system to reflect our values: healthy people, healthy communities, healthy world.
NCE8 is supported by Councillor Pam McConnell (Ward 28)