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Project Most Gets $30K Donation from Hamptons Marathon

The donation was made during a ceremony at the John Marshall Elementary School.

Christina DeSanti, JMMES Principal Beth Doyle, Larry Cantwell, Anita Wright; Project MOST parent, Amanda Moszkowski and Diane Weinberger, founders of the Hamptons Marathon, Project MOST kids; Chloe and Paul, Rebecca Morgan Taylor; Project MOST Progra
Christina DeSanti, JMMES Principal Beth Doyle, Larry Cantwell, Anita Wright; Project MOST parent, Amanda Moszkowski and Diane Weinberger, founders of the Hamptons Marathon, Project MOST kids; Chloe and Paul, Rebecca Morgan Taylor; Project MOST Progra
The Hamptons Marathon recently officially handed over a $30,000 check to Project Most, an organization that provides programs to more than 275 students in grades K-8, who attend the John M. Marshall Elementary School and Springs Elementary School. 

The donation was made during a ceremony at the John Marshall Elementary School, where Amanda Moszkowski and Diane Weinberger, founders of the Hamptons Marathon presented Project MOST with this year’s donation.

Present at the event was Larry Cantwell, East Hampton town supervisor, Beth Doyle, principal of John Marshall Elementary and Project MOST Programming Director Rebecca Morgan Taylor.

"This gift will enable our program to continue and flourish for the children of East Hampton,” said Taylor.

Aside from Project Most, the 7-year-old Hamptons Marathon, which was held on Sept. 28, 2013 and included runners from 35 states and 6 countries, also provided a $30,000 donation to Southampton Hospital

The latest donations were the largest to date, according to the Hampton Marathon founders, who have has donated over $350,000 over the past seven years.

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