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RUN TO REBUILD V

Saturday, May 16, 2015
Run To Rebuild V
On Forbidden Drive
at Northwestern Avenue in
Fairmount Park/Chestnut Hill 19118

(to be confirmed)
Philadelphia Parks & Recreation

Day-of Registration Opens at 7:30 AM
9:00 AM Run Start / 9:10 AM Walk Start
Rain or Shine

This event is ideal for seasoned runners, newbies, families, and other groups. The trail is easy on the feet and easy to enjoy. This is an official timed race, and the fastest runners in each age group will win an award. The walk is non-competitive.

Click this thumbnail image to see the route.
Thumbnail route

Proceeds from the event will be put to work immediately to implement critical repairs, safe-at-home, and healthy-home projects for low-income homeowners this spring.

Registration Prices & Schedule

Runners and Walkers Per Person Per Person
(groups of
10 or more)
Pre Registration: through May 1 $30 $25
After May 1 and Day of (May 16) $35 $30

(Please note children 12 and younger are free and need not register.)

Register Online using active.com.

Going the Extra Mile — if you cannot run or walk on May 16 or would like to make an additional gift to support RTP's Healthy Homes Initiatives use this link.

Download the R2R brochure if you'd like to pay for your registration or make a gift by check or to see the route and parking instructions.

Questions? Interested in being an ambassador or sponsor (see levels and benefits) for this event? Contact runtorebuild@rebuildingphilly.org.

Many thanks to our Major Sponsors:

GOODWILL SPONSORS

Nina Rivera and Peter Hardy

Henkels & McCoy

Mulhern and Kulp

NEIGHBOR SPONSORS

Talson Solutions

SILVER SPONSORS

  • The Beale Family
  • CapTech
  • Carr and Duff
  • Lisa Coben/Event Architects
  • Tone Zone

TEAM SPONSORS

  • Gregory's Gazelles
  • Pennrose
  • Rodriguez Consulting
  • Weller and Company

Run to Rebuild V Fundraising Progress

See snapshots from Run to Rebuild IV — a successful event that supported RTP's work to revitalize low-income communities. Many thanks to those who ran, walked, cheered, and sponsored!

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