Adé Hogue


Find Your Greatness.

Somehow, we’ve come to believe that “greatness” is reserved for the chose few. For the superstars. The truth is, greatness is for all of us.

Last year, I wrote down a bunch of random goals with the aim of challenging myself any way I could. One of them was a physical challenge; to train for a marathon (or a half-marathon, as long as I didn't kill myself). I never considered myself much of a "runner" so completing either of them was going to be monumental for me. Well, I was able to cross off the half-marathon off my list, but didn't feel like I was really ready to take on the monster.

This year, I'm ready.

I have officially decided to run the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon! I have never been more nervous/excited/ready to shit myself. Unfortunately, I was not able to make it in through the marathon's lottery program, so I decided to go the charity route. I am going to be running for T2 - The Team To End Aids! It is great, Chicago-based charity that helps to protect against the transmission of HIV/AIDS and also provides care to those living with it (seriously, read all about it).

So here's where you come in...

As a part of the marathon entry with a charity, I am required to fundraise. For my charity, I have a goal of $1,700 (yeah, that number scares the hell out of me too). SO...I NEED YOUR HELP! I need your help to raise money for a good cause, and help me truly cross off a life goal of mine. I know that this won't be an easy task, am I am not good at asking for help, but I know I can't do this alone!

Oh, and I forgot, as a part of this, I am designing a few pieces that I plan to give to donors! To anyone that donates more than $75 or more will receive 1 of 3 limited-edition lettering prints from yours truly! And to anyone that donates $30 or more will receive a lettered postcard as a token of my deepest appreciation! I will share what these pieces are in the upcoming weeks! 

So that's it. I really need your help Remember, every dollar counts! DONATE HERE and let's do this together!

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