519 ♥ Haiti 10K*5K

Heart's for HaitiOn September 14th, 519church is teaming up with local sponsors to offer a sanctioned 10k/5k run along the beautiful American Tobacco Trail in Cary, NC.  The Start/Finish line is at the WhiteOak crossing, and promises to be a great location for runners and walkers alike.  In addition to the 10k/5k, we will also have a 1-mile fun run and a 200 meter dash so that families can come out and run together (special registration rates for families).  Plus, your entry fee supports the work of Hearts With HaitiHearts with Haiti is a local nonprofit supporting the amazing work and ministry of the St. Joseph Family in Haiti. The St. Joseph Family is an organization that ministers to the most disadvantaged populations in Haiti—former street children, child slaves, and individuals with disabilities.These children are transformed from being the rejected ones in Haiti to being among the very best of servant-leaders. and the St. Joseph’s family in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  Join the fun by volunteering at the race.

 

September 14, 2013
American Tobacco Trail @ White Oak access parking lotPacket Pick-Up

10k, 5k, 1m and 200yd dash

  • 6:00am:  American Tobacco Trail gates open
  • 7:00am:  Registration opens
  • 8:00am:  10k
  • 8:30am:  5k
  • 9:30am:  1m
  • TBD:  200 yd dash
Sanctioned 10k, 5k, 1m course; official bib timing supplied by FS SeriesBelow are the approximate course maps, with accurate turn around points.Approximate 5k courseApproximate 10k courseHere are the official certification information for your own GPS:5K course

10k course

Parking Options: American Tobacco Trail White Oak Access Parking LotWhite Oak Baptist Church; Copperleaf attendees encouraged to walk

Race Day Registration Fees:

  • Individual Registration:  $25.00
  • Family Registration:  $60.00
Register

 

Hearts with Haiti is a local nonprofit supporting the amazing work and ministry of the St. Joseph Family in Haiti. The St. Joseph Family is an organization that ministers to the most disadvantaged populations in Haiti—former street children, child slaves, and individuals with disabilities.These children are transformed from being the rejected ones in Haiti to being among the very best of servant-leaders.

With more than 70 children in-residence, around 120 children receiving their education through day-school programs and hundreds more benefiting from outreach programs.  Members of the St. Joseph Family have reached out and changed the lives of countless other Haitian boys and girls to be the best they can be and Hearts with Haiti has been providing them much needed support since 2001.

To see first-hand how Hearts with Haiti is changing lives daily by Loving Well and Living Differently, check out the St. Joseph’s Family Facebook page.

If you are interested in being a sponsor for this great event please contact Owen Barrow.

Our Current Sponsors:

              

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