Hey Seattle! April 22 is Earth Day and I would like to invite you to walk with me! I will be walking from the University of Washington, to Pike Place Market for lunch, and continue to Discovery Park where the day's walk will conclude. I will be walking in continuation of our campaign to raise … Continue reading Seattle Earth Day Walk – April 22
Dylan Raines was interviewed and featured in an article by Nicole J. Phillips who writes a column for The Forum, a newspaper based in Fargo, North Dakota. Click here to read the article at InForum.com.
I live in Seattle, Washington. There are 1600 children in Washington State who are waiting for a family to find them and provide with the love, care and home they deserve. Across the United States there are an estimated 400,000 children in need of a family. Last Autumn, I was honored to attend the Wait … Continue reading All Children Deserve Love, Care and a Family
I began yesterday at Walnut Street Coffee in Edmonds, WA. with the intended goal of spending the day walking to the Space Needle in Seattle as part of the ongoing campaign to raise support for funding 15 water wells in South Sudan. After a tasty cup of coffee, I was ready to start on this … Continue reading 15 Miles, 30,000 Steps, 1 Very Good Day.
4.5 miles left to go on today's #walkforwater
Millions of women and children in South Sudan walk up to 8 hours each day to collect water. The water they collect is often contaminated which causes sickness and death. I believe this doesn't need to be the case. The solution is in front of our eyes and it simple: restore water wells. There are … Continue reading What You Can Do To Give Clean Water for South Sudan
Sit back, relax, and watch this slideshow from this last week's 100 mile walk from Seattle to Canada for clean water in South Sudan.