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Team World Vision


World Vision’s water projects are comprehensive, complex, and sustainable. They engage the community, religious leaders, and local government. After rigorous assessment, engineers choose from different types of water points depending on the geography and the needs of a community. Projects also focus on improved sanitation and hygiene solutions like building latrines and organizing communities to implement good habits such as handwashing.

Rain or Shine, Cold or Hot - We Train, We Run,
We Walk, We Cry, and We Share
Raising Awareness and Funding for Clean Water in Africa
6K Global, Running, Walking, Cycling, Triathlon, Iron Man

Congratulations Ella Davis Louis - TWV Hood to Coast Invitational 2016

The Race. Hood to Coast is the Largest Relay in the world with over 1,000 teams, 12 runners each, running 199 miles from Mt. Hood, Oregon to Seaside, Oregon. The course consists of 36 legs; each team member runs three in rotation.
Ella - Mt. Hood
Ella - Lopez Lomong - Olympian
Ella - Michael Chitwood
Ella - Ashton&Bree Eaton










October 21, 2016

McHenry Algonquin Runners and Cyclists


Dear Pastor and Friends,


When you opened the door for Team World Vision in our community did you ever think that God would bring a bunch of people together to do something hard - like training for marathons - and have such a HUGE IMPACT on the lives of the poor? I AM one of those runners and I THANK YOU on behalf of myself and all the local lives that have been changed by becoming a part of this ministry!  


I will be the first to tell you that I had no idea what God had in store for me eight years ago when I bought my first pair of 'real running shoes'. Today, I am blessed to have a new way of life that is spent very literally on behalf of the poor and wonderful teammates that have become family, friends, my small group, and our church running together. 


This would not have happened without your vision and heart to impact the needs of the global poor on behalf of Christ and the hope we bring by alleviating their suffering. 


Season Highlights

  • We were the largest charity at both the Crystal Lake Half Marathon and the Chicago Marathon

  • Over 150 people signed up for one of the training teams early in the season

  • Leaders are rising up within this ministry

  • 56 people volunteered one or more times to support one of the training teams

  • We had our most successful fundraising season to date

  • Local team leaders attended a Team World Vision National Leaders Gathering in the Spring to develop their leadership skills and grow their knowledge of global poverty and how we are making a difference

  • This year we have four local team members participating in a vision trip to Kenya as ambassadors to see the work we are funding
























We are changing lives HERE and in AFRICA!

Thank you for supporting our ministry!



Running for Him, 


Anne Weirich

Team Captain

RRCA Certified Adult Running Coach

(815) 245-3786


Ella Lous and Margaret Moore

2016 Bank of America Chicago Marathon

TWV Raised $8.1 Million for Clean Water

Congratulations Rev. Karen Love  

Running for Clean Water in Africa  & Celebrating Life with

Team World Vision on 9-11and 9-25

Half-Marathon Team Raised $35, 951

720 lives will now receive clean water

Trinity Running Club

Running for Clean Water in Africa with Team World Vision

13.1 Miles (Half-Marathon)  & 26.2 Miles (Full-Marathon)

2014 - 2015

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