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“No Finish Line,” both an Event and a Philosophy for Child Welfare

Oct 17, 2019
“No Finish Line” is the name Children & Future gives its weeklong fundraising event for children in need, in which participants cover as much ground as they can on a circular track.
On the 20th anniversary of the organization’s founding, it’s clear the name also reflects Children & Future’s approach to its mission; it won’t be letting up anytime soon in its efforts to promote and defend the rights of children around the world.

On Tuesday, October 15, Children & Future held a gala in Monaco celebrating its twenty years of activity. The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) provided support for the event and SNF representatives attended.

In November, the organization will hold its next No Finish Line event in Monaco.
No Finish Line takes place on a 1,400-meter track that remains open 24/7 for eight days. Participants run the track, but are free to do so at their own pace, as much or as little as they wish. For each kilometer run, one euro is donated to Children & Future by organizations supporting the event. If they wish, participants may also choose to commit to donating one euro per kilometer.