The 2019 Scarecrow Classic 5k Run and 1 Mile Walk will be held on Sunday, October 13, 2019on the University of Maryland Baltimore County campus. This event, hosted by the Brain Injury Association of Maryland (BIAMD) will rally survivors, families, friends, and supporters around the common goal of raising awareness about brain injury within the community and providing much needed funding to support the programs and initiatives of BIAMD.
ALL NEW SWAG.
All New 2019 Scarecrow Classic Long Sleeve TECHNICAL for all Participants.
In addition to the all-new long sleeve technical tee, PREMIER SCARECROW RUNNERS also receive
the all-new, limited edition
Scarecrow Classic Running Socks and
Scarecrow Classic Running Hat!
SOUNDS GREAT! I WANT TO CREATE A TEAM!
In order to create a team, the team captain needs to register as an individual and create the team during their registration. They can then either sign up additional individuals for their team at that time, or forward the registration link to others who can then select their team during their own registration process.
In order to ensure that the the team discount applies only to those invited to be on a particular team, the Team Captain will create a password for that team that can be used when invited individuals are registering.
WHO IS THIS RACE SUPPORTING?
For more than a three decades, BIAMD has been able to provide help, hope, and healing to Maryland's Brain Injury community. With the generous assistance of our supporters and volunteers, The Maryland Brain Injury Connection Center (1.800.221.6443) is able to provide resources, education, and assistance to Marylanders with a brain injury, their families, and the healthcare providers who serve them, all free of charge.
WHAT MORE CAN I DO?
With your help, BIAMD can and will continue to make a difference in the lives of many. Please consider supporting our efforts through this 5k race and 1 Mile walk by running, volunteering, creating a fundraising page, and spreading the word through email and your social media connections.
THIS YEAR WE WILL BE CONTINUING OUR TRADITION OF ACKNOWLEDGING INDIVIDUALS WITH A BRAIN INJURY BY PRESENTING THEM WITH A COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL AT THE FINISH LINE OF THE RUN AND WALK.