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CWFL and WIN Run Homeboy Industries 5k in Los Angeles

Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders (CWFL) and Women’s Integrated Network (WIN) partnered up to participate in the 11th Annual Homeboy Industries 5k Run/Walk on September 21.

Los Angeles 5k Run

Continued support of the celebrated LA program that provides hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women.

Sarah Lucenti, CWFL LA Chair, and Chelsea Gribble and Kristen Hoskins, WIN LA Co-Chairs, led team C&W Sole Sisters and Brothers, with team members Samantha Chott, Myke Bailey, James Lonergan, and Brandi Jones joining as a virtual runner. The 5k participants ran or walked through historic DTLA, starting and finishing at Homeboy Industries’ iconic headquarters in Chinatown.

According to Homeboy Industries, this year’s event was the most successful in its history, with over 3,300 registered runners and walkers of all ages participating and raising more than $400,000 thanks to hundreds of generous supporters. Team C&W raised over $500.

“It was an amazing event that we were so happy to be a part of,” Sarah said. “We look forward to doing more events with Homeboy Industries as we look to create more of a long-lasting partnership with the organization.”

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