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Bridges of Hope – Brooklyn Bridge Bridges of Hope – Golden Gate Bridge

Bridges of Hope – Brooklyn Bridge

Helene Neville Bridges of Hope | Brooklyn Bridge Run

2023 Bridges of Hope (November 23 - 24, 2023) – Two Bridges, Two Marathons, Two Coasts, in 24 Hours on Thanksgiving Day. At age 63, in remission from Stage IV cancer, Helene trained for two months and attempted a world record. Her first marathon was running back and forth on the Golden Gate Bridge for 26.2 miles. She then flew across the country and ran her second marathon back and forth on the Brooklyn Bridge for 26.2 miles completing 52.4 total miles, two bridges, and two coasts in 24 hours. On Thanksgiving, Helene used her voice (and legs) in thanks and praise, and fundraising for her young oncologist who has terminal cancer. Bridges are symbolic of connecting and uniting two sides. America needs these messages now more than ever. Helene raised enough money to cover expenses plus $3,000 for her oncologist. "We do not have a choice about who gets cancer, but we sure have a voice,” says Helene Neville 

Bridges of Hope – Golden Gate Bridge

Helene Neville Bridges of Hope | Golden Gate Bridge Run

2023 Bridges of Hope (November 23 - 24, 2023) – Two Bridges, Two Marathons, Two Coasts, in 24 Hours on Thanksgiving Day. At age 63, in remission from Stage IV cancer, Helene trained for two months and attempted a world record. Her first marathon was running back and forth on the Golden Gate Bridge for 26.2 miles. She then flew across the country and ran her second marathon back and forth on the Brooklyn Bridge for 26.2 miles completing 52.4 total miles, two bridges, and two coasts in 24 hours. On Thanksgiving, Helene used her voice (and legs) in thanks and praise, and fundraising for her young oncologist who has terminal cancer. Bridges are symbolic of connecting and uniting two sides. America needs these messages now more than ever. Helene raised enough money to cover expenses plus $3,000 for her oncologist. "We do not have a choice about who gets cancer, but we sure have a voice,” says Helene Neville