Blazing Trails for Brain Injury

Sun June 10, 2018 Omaha, NE US 68144 Directions
Events

Blazing Trails for Brain Injury 5K Run

$35 7:00AM CDT - 8:00AM CDT
234 spots left. Price increases after June 6, 2018 at 11:59pm CDT

Blazing Trails for Brain Injury 1-Mile Walk or Roll

$35 8:30AM CDT - 9:30AM CDT
191 spots left. Price increases after June 6, 2018 at 11:59pm CDT
Place
Zorinsky Park 3808 South 154th St Omaha, NE 68130
Shelter #5
Omaha, NE US 68144
Description

The purpose of Blazing Trails for Brain Injury race/walk is to create a fun and inspiring opportunity for people of all ages and abilities to raise awareness and increase funding for brain injury. So signup, join us on your own or challenge your workplace/friends to enter a team and ask your great aunt Helen to support you in raising funds for Nebraskans with brain injury. Only those who sign up by May 14 are guaranteed T-shirts. Register today!

Your donation supports Nebraskans with brain injuries and their families through the Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska (BIA-NE), a statewide, nonprofit organization. The BIA-NE is exclusively dedicated to the tens of thousands of Nebraskans living with the life-altering effects of brain injuries. No family should have to face the challenges associated with a brain injury alone. So, the we are there for them. biane.org

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Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska (BIA-NE) is the only statewide, nonprofit organization exclusively dedicated to the hundreds of thousands of Nebraskans living with the life-altering effects of brain injuries. The mission of BIA-NE is to create a better future for all Nebraskans through prevention, education, advocacy, and support. No family should have to face the challenges associated with a brain injury alone.

Your donation to individuals or teams or as a race sponsor continues our support of Nebraskans with brain injuries. Thank you. www.biane.org

 

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