100M4HUNGER: Kelly Nesvold takes on his ‘Mission Impossible’

Published 9:40 am Friday, July 18, 2014

Kelly Nesvold, an Austin chiropractor, kicked off his 100M4HUNGER campaign to run 100 miles to raise $25,000 to buy 100,000 meals for children. Photo courtesy of Hormel Foods Corp.

Kelly Nesvold, an Austin chiropractor, kicked off his 100M4HUNGER campaign to run 100 miles to raise $25,000 to buy 100,000 meals for children. Photo courtesy of Hormel Foods Corp.

By Kelly Nesvold, #100M4HUNGER

Kelly Nesvold, owner of Wellness 1st Chiropractic, is running 100 miles Oct. 11 and 12 to raise money to buy 100,000 meals through Convoy of Hope. Nesvold will Click here to read the original story on his mission.

Agent: Nesvold, Kelly AKA Seabass

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Mission: #100M4HUNGER

Objective: To run 100 miles in 24 hours beginning at the steps of the capital building in St. Paul and ending at Cornerstone Church. Should you, Kelly Nesvold, choose to accept this mission you will be challenged with raising $25,000 for the charity Convoy of Hope which will be used to feed 100,000 kids in 11 different nations, including, the Philippines, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Kenya, Ethiopia, Guatemala, South Africa and Tanzania. This will be the only hot meal these kids get each day and it is believed that the children being feed are essential members of their communities who can, one day, become leaders who bring positive change to their countries by breaking the cycle of poverty and hunger. To accomplish this goal, Convoy of Hope uses the daily meal as a starting point to build strong, loving communities that have clean water, healthy living environments, education and livelihood opportunities.

Mission Mantra: Every step you take leaves an imprint in life … take enough steps in the right direction and you just might blaze a trail others will follow.

Preparation: Train five days a week for many months, running 1000 plus miles, and burning 140,000 plus calories. Morning CrossFit workouts three days a week at 5:30 a.m. Work through the pain of running for hours at a time. Mentally navigate through the highs and lows of multiple injuries and self doubt. Motivate to push yourself beyond your comfort zone and break through wall after wall pain limitations and mental weakness you did not think were possible.

Supplies: One motor home/support vehicle to create a mobile aid station every 5 miles to provide food, electrolyte drinks, water, dry clothing, and pacer change outs. 8 pacers that will run along the route and keep you motivated and on track as well as monitor your vitals and keep you from running into oncoming traffic.

Theme Song: “Awake and Alive” by Skillet.

Unknowns/Inherent Risks: Due to the extreme nature of this mission it is unknown what you will experience. There will be a likelihood of extreme physical and mental exhaustion that will be accompanied by notable emotional highs and lows as well as the possible occasional hallucination. Notable joint and muscle pain is expected as well as foot swelling, blisters, cramps, and digestive difficulties. It should be known many agents do not complete a mission of this magnitude and require an emergency extraction.

Agency: 100M4HUNGER.COM is being contracted via Convoy of Hope to help fulfill a calling to raise awareness for hunger as well as feed and empower the lost lonely children of impoverished countries.

Possible Collateral Damage: Should you complete this mission it is possible that many hearts and lives will be impacted and changed forever. Expect others to be motivated to complete missions of similar magnitude and motive. It is entirely possible that an entire wave of positivity will be generated resulting in even greater future humanitarian efforts.

God Speed!


Find 100M4HUNGER online:

www.100m4hunger.com (includes links to giving portal) and www.facebook.com/100m4hunger