2nd Annual RounTrey Run For Hope 5k

Sat March 14, 2020 Midlothian, VA US 23112 Directions
Events

5K Run

$25 9:30AM EDT - 11:00AM EDT Price increases after February 14, 2020 at 11:59pm EST

1 Mile Fun Run

$15 9:00AM EDT - 9:30AM EDT Registration ends March 14, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT
Place
3800 Graythorne Dr
Midlothian, VA US 23112
Description

It seems fitting that, Richmond, VA,  the city with America's Friendliest Marathon begins it's running season with the Friendliest 5K.  On March 14, 2020 those RounTrey neighbors are back at it again, coming together to turn tragedy into triumph.  Runners all over RVA will lace up their running shoes and join the residents on their avenue of giving.  Oh the places we will run when we combine doing good with having fun.  Come 1 come all, grab you running shoes; 'cause Dr. Seuss is on the loose!

Races have a finish line; RounTrey runs for hope because hope never runs out.  Dress up as your favorite Dr. Seuss character and head out on a 5K trip passing cheering fans along an integrated course.  Participants will have the option of traveling the all-inclusive street route while competitors simultaneously journey the scenic unpaved walk path lining the reservoir.  This is a very fun neighborhood with neighbors who are friends; and no better location to serve as the kickoff to a running season that culminates with the Friendliest Marathon in America. 

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Oh the Places your $ Will Go

If you would like to donate to these charities whether or not you choose to run Please click here.

 

The Vaughan Family

https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/thevaughanfamily

The Vaughan family has suffered the sudden, tragic loss of their beloved Jeff.  The Vaughan-Czyzewski family has given endlessly their time, love and devotion to the RounTrey community.  The goal of our event, first and foremost, is to bring HOPE to those in need.  The old saying is, 'Charity begins at home.'  We thought of no better way to continue our efforts of giving than supporting one of our very own neighbors in their extreme time of need. Learn more or donate directly to the Vaughan family here.

 

McShin Foundation

http://mcshin.org/mcwp/

Proceeds from these events benefit McShin's Scott Zebrowski Scholarship Fund, which provides financial assistance for individuals seeking recovery from Substance Use Disorders.  The McShin Foundation is Virginia’s leading Peer to Peer Recovery Community Organizaton and has been remarkably effective with the method of Peer to Peer Recovery Support Services (PPRSS) which employs individuals with a Substance Use Disorder to educate, mentor, and spread the message of recovery to individuals new to recovery.

 

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