Beautiful Weather Draws Runners From NY, NJ and PA

RayZo beats goals for Fundraiser


At this year’s Beauty and the Beach Run for Women, held September 28, 2019 at Peir Village, Long Branch, NJ, runners enjoyed picture perfect weather with over 500 women participating to support Aslan Youth Ministries’ work with urban children at risk. 

Congratulations to first place winner, Kiera Russo (center), Eatontown, NJ with a time of 31.39.

MTV Jersey Shore cast member, Angelina Pivarnick, and Mrs. New Jersey 2018, Ann Pennington, were on-site to greet participants, give out awards, and take photos.  A special thanks to DonnaLyn Giegerich, who emcee’d the entire event. 

Also attending and podcasting live were award-winning podcasters Michael Zapcic & Ming Chen from A Shared Universe studios.

Our expo which took place inside the Convention Center at the Ocean Place Resort, was a success thanks to the 40 plus vendor and sponsors that helped us beat our fundraising goals!!

Mayor John Pallone presented Aslan with a proclamation declaring September 28th as “Aslan Youth Ministries Day” in the City of Long Branch. And the Sansone’s (of Sansone 66 car dealership) gave a new car to a family in need. With over, 40 vendors and sponsors Aslan achieved its fundraising goals!  The race was filmed by Ambrose Salmini, for Running, the flagship series on YES Network, reaching over 50 million viewers across the country.

Click here to view pictures of the day’s activities: https://tomzapcicphotography.smugmug.com/Beauty-and-The-Beach-2019  Photo credit Tom Zapcic Photography.

 

About Aslan – A RayZo client

The mission of Aslan Youth Ministries is, through God’s love, to effect permanent change in the hearts and minds of at-risk youth in America and Haiti. We provide relationship-based programs that permanently impact the bodies, minds and spirits of disadvantaged, urban children and empower them to overcome their negative environments and circumstances and become productive and successful members of society. Aslan takes the “risk” out of children at risk!  For more information on Aslan visit: https://aslanyouth.org/