At Reload Love's Camo Run on Sunday, September 28, over $5,000 was raised to help bring hope to children who have been affected by terrorism. Over 200 runners, donned in camo attire and Camo Run T-shirts, participated in the 5k run/walk event in the Bosque near the Reload Love offices. They were also joined by the founders of the Free Burma Rangers (FBR), a multi-ethnic humanitarian service movement that aids and defends people under attack from Burma's government. Proceeds from the event went to the Good Life Club, the relief arm of the FBR that helps mothers and children in displaced communities in Burma. The event also brought in several new monthly donors to support Reload Love's cause. Reload Love set a goal this year to raise $1 million for the Good Life Club so children in Burma can learn about and receive the abundant life that Christ offers.