Janji: a Running Apparel company doing good, by Larry Eder

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Janji is a running apparel company that is doing several good things. Making high performance running clothing, where runners everyday running apparel helps fund something important-water and food issues, for example, in Haiti and Kenya. 

We encourage you to check out the www.RunJanji.com website and learn more about this exciting company and idea. One day, two friends came up with the idea about how daily running could help those in need! Read on! We found a short piece on their site about Janji's beginnings:

How Janji began, courtesy of the www.RunJanji.com website:

On the way to the 2010 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Mike and Dave had an idea: what if they could connect runners around the country to solve one of the world's most serious problems?  By the time they came home from the track meet, Janji was born.

MIke and Dave knew runners like themselves were charitable.  But they saw that philanthropic running only begins -- and unfortunately ends -- on race day.  They want Janji to change that.  Through Janji's high performance apparel, runners can fund solutions and raise awareness for the global food and water crisis in a meaningful and lasting way.  Now, rather than racing just one day for a cause, runners can give back through everyday training.

Janji's goal is to create a community dedicated to running for another.  That was Mike and Dave's goal on that bus, and that's what Janji will always be about.

To learn more about Janji, please check their website: www.RunJanji.com

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