The Columbus personal injury attorneys at GBM Law recently donated $2,500 to the Berkshire Triathlon, an entry-level triathlon and kids fun run to raise money for charity. Proceeds from the event each year go directly to help children living with serious illnesses and their families. The event was held Sunday June 9, at Mallway Park in Upper Arlington, and included a Kids Fun Run, Duathlon and Triathlon.

The two beneficiaries of the Berkshire Triathlon are Flying Horse Farms and The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio. Flying Horse Farms is a medical specialty camp in Mt. Gilead, Ohio, where children who have serious illnesses can enjoy being kids and participate in healing and transformative activities such as swimming, boating, fishing, high ropes, archery, and arts and crafts. GBM Law has proudly supported Flying Horse Farms with various donations and sponsorships since 2012.

The second beneficiary of the triathlon was Columbus Ronald McDonald House.  The RMH houses over 4,500 families each year, giving them a safe, clean and comfortable home away from home, and keeping them close to their children being treated across the street at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
To learn more about the Berkshire Triathlon event and its beneficiaries, visit