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Jack Duffy 5K Power Run

Horsham, PA
August 11, 2024

Sign up begins May 1!

In-Person 5K Run

$30 08/11 8:00AM EDT Registration Opens May 1, 2024 at 8:00am EDT

In-Person 1 Mile Walk

$30 08/11 8:00AM EDT Registration Opens May 1, 2024 at 8:00am EDT

Virtual Run/ Walk

$30 Registration Opens May 1, 2024 at 8:00am EDT

Countdown to Race Day!

Welcome to the 6th Annual Jack Duffy 5K Power Run and 1M Walk! This event is held to celebrate the life of Jack Duffy, a brilliant and kind young man, Hatboro-Horsham graduate, Dartmouth student, entrepreneur, and accomplished runner whose purpose was “to serve, help, and empower others.” Proceeds benefit AFSP Greater Philadelphia.

The event takes place on Sunday, August 11, with virtual submissions accepted from August 9 - 12. The in-person run and walk will be held at the Hatboro-Horsham High School Stadium and continue along the Power Line Trail. On race day, check-in begins at 7:15 am and the race at 8:00 am. 

Online registration is open through August 10 and is discounted $5 versus race day sign-up. A free t-shirt is available if registered by July 15. Awards will be given for both in-person and virtual events.

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Event proceeds benefit AFSP Greater Philadelphia to support their mission of saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide in our community (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, & Philadelphia counties.)

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Virtual - Post Activities

If you're registered for the Virtual Run/ Walk, submit your miles (open from August 9 - 12.) Also, share some photos while wearing your Jack Duffy 5K Power Run shirt to inspire others and show your connection to our cause! Raffle prizes are available for those who post results or photos.

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About Jack

A 2017 graduate of Hatboro-Horsham High School, Jack was President of the National Honor Society and an accomplished runner on the Cross Country and Track teams. After high school, he developed several website businesses to "serve, help, and empower others." He studied at Dartmouth College before taking time off to focus on his entrepreneurial efforts. But Jack’s brilliant mind was suffering from clinical depression, and just after his 20th birthday he died from suicide. He is immensely missed by his family and friends, who were touched by his kindness, sharp intellect, and unique insight.

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