Feeling the urge to do something good? Have a few extra t-shirts around your house that are in great condition? Northfield's multi-sport store, Fit to be Tri'd, is collecting t-shirts, athletic shorts and money to ship them for the Nepomuceno Boys Home
Fit to be Tri'd features an athlete in their monthly email newsletter but owner Tom Bisel decided to change things up a bit for his April issue and feature the boys home instead. Here's what Tom wrote in his newsletter, "This issue we are featuring the Nepomuceno Boys Home in Nepomuceno, Brazil rather than a local athlete or club. This change comes due to the death of a friend of mine that started the orphanage for boys some 50 years ago. One of our core values here at FIT to be TRI'd is to take the opportunities that come along to give back to causes bigger than ourselves. My friend was Arnold Boich...I would like to honor him this month by partnering with the orphanage and providing for an ever-present need at the home -- T-SHIRTS."
It sure is nice to see people doing something good - and it's a good feeling to be a part of something like this. Help out if you can! Read all about the challenge and how you can donate t-shirts and money to ship them to Brazil by clicking here.