They ran 2014 Boston Marathon for Ironstone

Seven people dedicated their run at the historic 2014 Boston Marathon to Ironstone Farm.
[caption id="attachment_1627" align="alignleft" width="300"]Eric Strand was Ironstone Farm's first runner to cross the finish line. He raised $12,000 for our nonprofit programs. Eric Strand was Ironstone Farm’s first runner to cross the finish line. He raised $12,000 for our nonprofit programs.[/caption]
Their struggle to complete the grueling 26.2 miles was a symbol of the perseverance that Ironstone Farm sees daily in its clients and their families.

“I saw many amazing disabled athletes out on the course and suspect that someone at some point helped them believe they could do things they did not think possible. That’s what you do. So proud to be a part of it,” said Ironstone runner Eric Strand after the marathon.

You can donate to the runners’ efforts with the money supporting Ironstone Farm’s programs. Click on the runners’ names below to visit their Firstgiving website pages, where you can make donations.

The people who ran one of America’s iconic events for this wonderful cause were:

Michael Kunderman also ran the race for Ironstone Farm.

Prior to the race, the stories below were written about three of our runners.

Read Mike Rogers’ story

Read Mariah Hyslip’s story

Read Kevin Powers’ story

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