Hi everyone! Today we want to share with you the story of Kelly Crabb, and how she has been using Charity Miles to give back to the organization that has helped save her life, CCFA.  
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I started my blog (called Kelly on the Run) for friends and family, along with the IBD (Crohn’s and Colitis) community to witness the challenges we face as patients training for grueling events like marathons, Ironmans & Triathlons. This time, I will be running the Chicago half-marathon the first weekend in June. 
I’m committed, I’m determined, I’m resilient.  I want to cross that finish line with my iPhone in hand telling me I’ve run 13.1 miles for the Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America.
I have armies of people behind me that have now began using Charity Miles since last year when I introduced it to them.  I couldn’t be prouder when I see on their Facebook or Twitter that they’ve run not for themselves, but to serve others. How amazing! I am so thankful that Charity Miles has come along because it is truly changing the attitudes & the lives of others. Instead of just running for exercise, these people are running for the hungry, the poor, the abused, the diseased & the hopeless. What Charity Miles has given the world is absolutely amazing, and I thank you in my prayers every night.
- Kelly Crabb // @GirlsGotGuts
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Check out a little about Kelly’s blog here: http://kellyontherun.com/about-purpleproject/
Also, here is an entry she wrote about the ease of using Charity Miles: http://kellyontherun.com/2013/10/11/charity-miles/
Thank you Kelly! It’s people like you that keep us going.
#EveryMileMatters High-res

Hi everyone! Today we want to share with you the story of Kelly Crabb, and how she has been using Charity Miles to give back to the organization that has helped save her life, CCFA.  

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I started my blog (called Kelly on the Run) for friends and family, along with the IBD (Crohn’s and Colitis) community to witness the challenges we face as patients training for grueling events like marathons, Ironmans & Triathlons. This time, I will be running the Chicago half-marathon the first weekend in June. 

I’m committed, I’m determined, I’m resilient.  I want to cross that finish line with my iPhone in hand telling me I’ve run 13.1 miles for the Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America.

I have armies of people behind me that have now began using Charity Miles since last year when I introduced it to them.  I couldn’t be prouder when I see on their Facebook or Twitter that they’ve run not for themselves, but to serve others. How amazing! I am so thankful that Charity Miles has come along because it is truly changing the attitudes & the lives of others. Instead of just running for exercise, these people are running for the hungry, the poor, the abused, the diseased & the hopeless. What Charity Miles has given the world is absolutely amazing, and I thank you in my prayers every night.

- Kelly Crabb // @GirlsGotGuts

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Check out a little about Kelly’s blog here: http://kellyontherun.com/about-purpleproject/

Also, here is an entry she wrote about the ease of using Charity Miles: http://kellyontherun.com/2013/10/11/charity-miles/

Thank you Kelly! It’s people like you that keep us going.

#EveryMileMatters