One Wisconsin Summer Challenge - Run The Cheese State!

Challenge: One Wisconsin Summer Challenge - Run The Cheese State!
Mon May 25 - Mon September 7, 2020 Entire State, WI US 53702
Anything Can Happen in a WI Summer!
Log Miles, Level Up
Events
Begins May 25th!

One Wisconsin - Run The Cheese State!

$75 $60 Log Miles, Level Up
Support Local

10% of your race registration fee will go directly to local running stores across Wisconsin. Covid-19 has greatly impacted the running event industry, and we want to give back to our local running stores feeling its effects.  We go the distance to keep running local! #RunasOneWI

Description

One Summer
One Wisconsin

 
Challenge yourself, your family, and your friends to run Wisconsin! With all summer races cancelled or postponed, this is an amazing opportunity to get out the door, log some much needed miles and get recognized along the way.
  1. Register here
  2. Receive your confirmation email.
  3. Start running on Memorial Day (5/25)!
  4. Get on our custom leaderboard. You'll be able to rank yourself against your friends and other runners from around Wisconsin and other states. How awesome is that?!
  5. Challenge yourself to run for distance milestones while supporting the local Wisconsin running community!
  6. Finish the challenge stronger than you ever thought you could.
  7. Receive your commemorative hoodie and milestone award

Log Miles, Level Up

Set your own personal goal to reach our 250K, 500K, 1000K, or 1500K distance milestone and receive your award commemorating the highest milestone you achieve by the end of the summer! 

 

Run Together as One Wisconsin

Hoodie Design

Very Easy Steps!
Regsister
Register Now!
Start Running
Start the Challenge
on May 25th
Milestones
Hit Your Milestones
Leaderboard
See Where You
and Your Friends Rank
Get Your Swag!
What Counts for Your Distance?

Running & walking both count if you're doing it with the intent of exercising! Whether you're on the treadmill or backroad, it counts! Signed up for any virtual races this summer? Those miles will count too! Directions for submitting miles to the leaderboard will be emailed to participants around Memorial Day.

Our 2020 Beneficiaries

100% of donations go directly to the charity selected.

We are proud to highlight the following charities providing essential goods and financial support to the Wisconsin community and hope you will consider helping them continue to give back during this uncertain time:

Feeding Wisconsin is the statewide association of the Feeding America food banks that sources, warehouses, and provides food to over 750 affiliated agencies and 1,000 local food programs throughout the state.


Our vision is a hunger-free Wisconsin and our mission is to help our food banks and partners fight hunger, improve health and strengthen local communities so that everybody in Wisconsin has access to the food and benefits they need to work, learn, play and live healthy lives.

We assist our food banks to raise statewide food and funds, increasing awareness about hunger in Wisconsin, strengthen public and private solutions to hunger and food insecurity, and catalyze the statewide public-private partnerships so that we can all stride Forward together toward a hunger-free Wisconsin.

 

OUR MISSION

Using music and the arts to inspire hope, This Time Tomorrow Foundation provides direct financial support to individuals and families fighting all forms of cancer. It is our goal to help those affected today reach the tomorrows they deserve.

 

DirectRelief

COVID-19 Relief

Direct Relief working in overdrive to get protective gear and critical care medications to as many health workers as possible, as quickly as possible, with emergency deliveries leaving daily for medical facilities across the U.S.

Direct Relief is coordinating with public health authorities, nonprofit organizations and businesses in the U.S. and globally to provide personal protective equipment and essential medical items to health workers responding to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Direct Relief is also staging personal protective equipment with regional response agencies across the world, including in the Caribbean and South America through the Pan American Health Organization.

As case totals grow, Direct Relief is focusing on the four key areas of activity:

  1. Providing assistance in the form of personal protective equipment, or PPE, for health workers
  2. Building an ICU medication model and mobilizing private resources to build a stockpile to assist with anticipated spike in ICU patients
  3. Boosting support to safety-net facilities to address existing chronic gaps that are likely to grow
  4. Collaborating with infectious disease epidemiologists, technology companies and public agencies to use aggregated mobility data to support the COVID-19 response.


Supporting Health Care Workers

Direct Relief maintains an emergency stockpile and, whenever possible, prepositions emergency caches of essentials that are likely to be needed immediately and can help avert or reduce the health effects of an emergency situation.

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