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|SCI Miles for Meals 5K||
|SCI's Miles for Meals Fundraising 5K Run/Walk||
|SCI's Miles for Meals Fundraising 5K Run/Walk (Military, First Responders, and Students)||
|Girls on the Run||
The 8th Annual Miles for Meals 5K Run/Walk presented by Chatham Parkway Subaru is a great way to have fun, get some exercise, and do good. Bring your four-legged friends, kids in strollers, dress as your favorite food and help Senior Citizens Inc. (SCI) FIGHT SENIOR HUNGER in our community!
Race starts at Senior Citizens, Inc. on Bull Street, goes down the picturesque Washington Avenue, through part of Daffin Park and back down Washington Avenue to Senior Citizens, Inc. Click here for Route Map
Online registration is closed, but you can still register at Senior Citizens, Inc., SCI, 3025 Bull Street, Savannah, GA, 31405 up until 8:15 a.m. race day.
Must register by March 9 to be guaranteed a Miles for Meals T-shirt!
Participants can earn back registration fee by raising $130 or more.
8:30 am 5K Run/Walk
Packet Pickup Friday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, March 24, from 7:30 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. at Senior Citizens, Inc., 3025 Bull Street, Savannah, GA, 31405.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Senior Citizens, Inc. (SCI) provides 1,800 meals a day to older adults in Chatham, Bryan, Effingham and Liberty counties. The non-profit agency founded in 1959 began as neighbor helping neighbor with a few brown bag lunches. Now, along with meals, this dynamic organization provides adult daytime care for frail older adults, neighborhood centers for fellowship and fun, The Learning Center - SCI's lifelong learning program for older adults - and much more. Click here to learn more about SCI.
Are you looking for a hero? Look in the mirror!!! There's a need in our community to fight senior hunger and isolation. You can help by participating in the 8th Annual Miles for Meals 5K!
You will be helping people like, Lois.
After a cancer diagnosis, Lois experienced a host of medical complications and severe weight loss. She had to relearn how to walk, speak, read, and write. “The whole experience left me feeling like a Raggedy Ann,” says Lois. “I was too weak to sit up at first, and didn’t have the strength to put a pan on the stove or even boil an egg.”
Lois enrolled in the Meals on Wheels program before she left the hospital and has since received five meals a week for the past seven years. Thanks to continued healing and consistent nutrition through SCI’s Meals on Wheels program, Lois feels better than she has in quite some time and is happy to be alive.
“You never know when you will become seriously ill or injured, and at the mercy of strangers for help, but I am so grateful to Senior Citizens and all those who support this wonderful organization. They provide so many services for elderly people in our community. And, the staff and volunteers are so caring, kind, and helpful. I consider them my family and friends!," Lois says.
TOO MANY SENIORS IN GEORGIA ARE LEFT BEHIND, ALONE AND HUNGRY, STRUGGLING TO STAY INDEPENDENT AND HEALTHY.
Nationally, 1 in 6 seniors struggle with hunger.
You can make a difference with your participation in this 5K is as many ways as you wish:
Run, Jog, or Walk