Runners lined up in Towson on Saturday to honor Maryland’s fallen first responders. A 13-year-old boy by the name of Zechariah Cartledge led the way. Cartilage is the founder of the nonprofit organization Running 4 Heroes. “It’s definitely incredible,” Cartledge said. “I wasn’t expecting a big turnout like this so I want to thank everybody in the Baltimore area.” Since it was founded in 2019, the organization has donated over $300,000 through monthly $10,000 grants to injured first responders and to the families of first responders who were killed while on duty.
Runners Race To Raise Funds For Injured And Fallen First Responders
April 18, 2022