Make Tracks for Kids 5K
EVENT DATE: Jun 06, 2015
DEADLINE TO GIVE: Jun 05, 2015
FUNDRAISER SET UP DEADLINE: Jun 05, 2015
~~Saturday June 6, 2015
9 AM 1K Fun Run
9:30 AM 5K Race/Walk
Bryant University Campus
Race Course: Bryant University Campus, 1150 Douglas Pike, Smithfield, RI. The race will begin and end at the Chace Athletic Center and will wind throughout the campus. The course is USATF certified by Ray Nelson, Rhode Island’s USATF Road Course Certifier.
◦ Prizes for the top three men and women
◦ Ribbons for the top male and female in each age division
◦ Post event lunch for all participants
◦ 5K $25 prior to May 30; $30 day of race
◦ 1K Fun Run $10
Connecting for Children and Families will host its Annual Make Track for Kids 5K RACE/WALK Saturday, May 31st on the Bryant University Campus in Smithfield, RI. Register today to help Connecting for Children and Families provide award-winning programs that improve the lives of more than 3,000 children and families each year. The Make Tracks for Kids 5K will feature a USATF certified course, prizes for the top runners and fundraisers, lunch, and games and activities for children.
Since 1995, CCF has been offering a wide range of support programs that are closely tied to academic success as the best road out of poverty. Our services reach more than 3,000 individuals each year, from infancy through high school and beyond. Whether it is helping an unemployed father or teaching a family the value of early literacy, together we are helping people improve their lives by lending them a helping hand in their time of need. That is why your support is so important.
CCF provides high quality child care to support working parents, basic needs assistance with food/clothing, parenting education, after school programs, and job training initiatives. Our outcomes continue to demonstrate that these programs make a positive impact; whether it is improving a child’s reading proficiency or improving the quality of life for the families we serve. Because of the generosity of businesses and individuals in the community, we are able to work toward a time when all children and families can live in a safe, welcoming community - with many opportunities to learn, grow, and succeed.