The Brooke Jackman Race for Literacy

5K

Event Date

Sat, May 18, 2019

Address

Oyster Bay, NY

Pricing

Activity Today Later

5K Run

$20 $20 Closed

About This Activity

14th Annual Brooke Jackman Race for Literacy

Join us for the 14th Annual Brooke Jackman Race for Literacy to benefit children in need in the New York area. The 5K Run/Walk will be held at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School in Oyster Bay, NY on Saturday, May 18th at 9:30am.

We invite children age 8 and under to participate in the 1/4 Mile Fun Run, starting promptly at 9:00am. Kids activities begin at 8:45am with prizes for all!

ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES FRIDAY, MAY 17TH AT 10:00PM 
PLEASE REGISTER ON RACE DAY AFTER THIS TIME

On-site registration for the 14th Annual Brooke Jackman Race for Literacy will be available on Saturday, May 18th from 7:30 - 9:15 am at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School in Oyster Bay, New York.

Details:

Race: 5k run or walk through Oyster Bay, New York

Entry Fees: 5K Run/Walk

  • $20 Preregistered by May 17th
  • $25 Day of Race
  • $10 Students under age 18
  • Children’s Fun Run Free (Children 8 and under)

All Entrants receive high-quality commemorative T-shirts.

Registration Location: Theodore Roosevelt Elementary 150 W Main ST, Oyster Bay, New York. On-Site registration available from 7:30am - 9:15pm.

Click here for the course map.  

Check-In Day of race: Pick up numbers, shirts and chips at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School, 7:45-9:15 am. Absolutely no pick-up after 9:15am.

Interested in Sponsorship Opportunities? Sponsorship categories include $1000, $600, and $250.  In addition, signage opportunities along the race route are available for $400.

Directions:

LI Expressway (41N) or Northern State (35N) to Rte. 106N. Continue North across 25A. Left onto Lexington Avenue (at Speedway Station) to end at Main Street. School is directly ahead.

Contact:

For more information please email Erin Jackman at info@brookejackmanfoundation.org

The Cause:

The Brooke Jackman Foundation is a non-profit organization created in response to the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001, that claimed the life of Brooke Jackman, age 23. The Foundation's mission is to honor Brooke's legacy - a deep love of reading and a profound interest in helping children - by helping to create and support programs enhancing the literacy and self esteem of children. Proceeds from the Brooke Jackman Race for Literacy will directly support Brooke Packs, Project Brooke, and Brooke's Books projects offered to children in diverse city, agency, and school programs. We thank you for your continued support!

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