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10% of your race registration fee will go directly to local running stores across New England. 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! #RunasOneNE
Set your own personal goal to reach our 50K, 100K, 250K, 500K, 1000K, or 1500K distance milestone and receive your patch commemorating the highest milestone you achieve by the end of the summer!
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 directly to registrants.
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 New England community and hope you will consider helping them continue to give back during this uncertain time:
When you support Feeding America, you are helping our nationwide network of food banks deliver programs at the front line of hunger. Programs like school-based food pantries, emergency disaster relief, and Kids’ Cafe. A donation to Feeding America will go directly to affiliate food banks across New England, such as:
The Food Bank and their network of partners are seeing a significant impact on their work. They estimate a 35% increase in food assistance needs, while at the same time, certain retail donations of most needed items are declining due to increases in consumer demand for the same items (meat and shelf stable staples like canned vegetables and pasta). As a response, the Food Bank has increased their food purchasing budget from $1.5M to over $4M in addition to distributing $1M in direct cash assistance to their program partners to cover additional costs to their distribution models (cleaning supplies, gas cards due to home deliveries, etc.).
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