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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we made the Nun Run a virtual run. By signing up, you are a Superhero to the Little Sisters of the Poor and the Residents of St. Martin’s Home who thankfully depend on you for your continued generosity. The Little Sisters came to Baltimore from France in 1869 to care for the needy elderly and you make our mission possible.
God Bless You!
7th Annual 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run to benefit St. Martin's Home and the Little Sisters of the Poor Baltimore will be held September 12, 2020 – or a date of your choosing in VIRTUAL RUN FORMAT!
While a virtual event cannot replace the companionship of being together, we are excited to offer this opportunity to compete virtually while wearing our new COVID19 Nun Run shirt. Know that the Little Sisters and Residents will be cheering virtually as you run or walk!
Runners participating in the virtual race will submit their time online and compete for awards. You will be able to see your race results and arrangements will be made for you to receive your trophy/medal.
The Virtual Nun Run race can be completed at any time, at any location. You can walk, run, skip, bike or dance the distance of a 5K (3.1 miles). You can complete on your own or as a group.
Benefits of a virtual run include: no travel, no parking, no long lines at the porta-potty and food line!
EXTRA benefit of this virtual run: knowing you are supporting the Residents of St. Martin's Home.
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Registration includes a t-shirt mailed to you. If you choose to opt out of the t-shirt and mailing your registration will be discounted by $10.00.
We cannot guarantee t-shirts after August 1 deadline.
There are no refunds of entry given or transfers of entry permitted for this event.
5K Runners will be able to submit their results through text or email (if opted in) or through the runsignup.com results page from September 5th through September 12th (11:59 Eastern Time). You must run your 5K (3.1 mile) race during this time period to be listed in the official results and be eligible for overall awards. If you have questions about submitting results don't hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
T-shirt with our new 2020 Nun Run logo guaranteed to all runners registered by August 1, 2020. (Unfortunately we cannot guarantee availability of t-shirts for those registering after deadline.)
Top three overall male and female runners
Parish Pride: Parish with the most registered runners. (Two awards given - small/medium and large parish.)
School Challenge: School with the most registered runners. (Two awards given - 1st place awarded the "Flying Nun" trophy; 2nd place awarded the "Flying Nun" plaque.) Participants for these awards must be enrolled students, faculty or staff.
Sponsorship level information is on our website, www.littlesistersofthepoorbaltimore.org
Top Nun $ 5, 000
Nun Better $ 3, 000
Make It a Habit $ 1, 500
Super Schools $ 500
Dreaming of running, but sleeping in? Please support the Little Sisters and Residents if you can't join us! Consider a donation in any amount. Donations are tax deductible per our 501(c)(3) status.
Little Sisters of the Poor Donation Form to support a Runner / Walker
Please use this form to encourage friends/family to pledge monetary support as you participate in the Nun Run. All money goes directly to support the Residents and the Mission of the Little Sisters of the Poor at St. Martin’s Home.
On-line donation opportunity: Please click here.
The Little Sisters of the Poor are an international congregation of Roman Catholic women religious founded in 1839 by Saint Jeanne Jugan. Together with a diverse network of collaborators, we serve the elderly poor in over 30 countries around the World.
Continuing the work of Saint Jeanne Jugan, our mission is to offer the neediest elderly of every race and religion a home where they will be welcomed as Christ, cared for as family and accompanied with dignity until God calls them to himself.
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