Common Heart Retro Run

10K, 5K

Event Date

Sat, May 23, 2020

Address

Indian Trail, NC

Pricing

Activity Today Later

10k Race

$40 $45 Closed

5k Race

$30 $35 Closed

About This Activity

Memorial Day Weekend 5k & 10k

  • Common Heart Retro Run

  • 80's Concert, Food Trucks and Fun following the races!

THE RETRO RUN AND CONCERT ARE EVENTS COSPONSORED BY COMMON HEART AND THE TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL  SUPPORTING THE WORK OF COMMON HEART AND ITS VOLUNTEERS IN THE COMMUNITY.
Common Heart's focus is on helping to meet current needs for our neighbors in poverty while helping them to not only get by, but get ahead. Common Heart operates 8 local food pantry programs in Union county, NC providing 505,721 meals in 2019 to an average of 750 families each month. Of the estimated 22,000 hungry children, women, men and senior adults in our community last year these pantries served 7,986. Common Heart's approach provides more than food, Our programs focusing on economic empowerment provide the basis for families to build social capital, break through barriers and build their own resources for self sufficiency. Additionally,  it provides friendship and empowerment toward self-sufficiency with over 700 volunteers serving our neighbors. Your participation helps to expand this small revolution of kindness through these pantries, and the economic empowerment programs providing training, support and a way for our neighbors living in poverty to engage and be advocate for solutions to the problems of hunger and poverty locally.
AWARDS
 - First, second and third place medals for male and female top finishers overall and in all age groups in the 10k & 5k. 
 - Overall winners, male and female in both races.
There are many ways you can get involved with Common Heart. Find out more at http://www.CommonHeart.org. Connect with us on Facebook.
All proceeds to benefit Common Heart.Common Heart is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization promoting personal action and awareness to address hunger and poverty. Located in Indian Trail we are encouraging a "small revolution of kindness" to transform individuals, families and communities.

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