RUN WITH A CHARITY!
The Augusta University Half Marathon, 10K & 5K is proud to work with non-profit groups and appreciates the integral role that charity fundraising plays in drawing new runners and promoting the sport.
For charities participating in our Charity Partner Program, we are excited to help publicize your fundraising program by providing the following benefits.
Customized discount code opportunity for all participants registered by February 1, 2020
For every 25 team registrants, we will donate $50 to your charity
Discounted booth space at the Augusta University Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Expo and Finish Line area
Charity Recognition Announcements at the Augusta University Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Expo and Finish/Post Race area (message provided by group)
A promotional item for race bags (item supplied by group)
Logo, description and link displayed on the Charity Partner webpage
Right to use the Augusta University Half Marathon, 10K & 5K logo (subject to approval by Augusta Sports Council)
Registration to be a 2020 charity partner is open. Please contact Savannah Gonzales by calling 706.849.3239 or via email if you are interested in becoming a 2020 charity.
Once you are registered, manage your team and ACTIVE registration, here.
The 65ROSES Augusta team began in 2012 to help financially assist local Cystic Fibrosis patients through The Reaching Out Foundation as well as support research through The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This non-profit organization, Miles for Cystic Fibrosis, are a team of runners who run and raise money to help the CF community in our area. This is a life threatening disease that mainly affects the lungs and digestion system of over 30,000 CF patients in the U.S. As a charity team, they invite you to join their efforts and choose to run this year with a passion to help CF patients live long and breathe strong. For more information click here or call Stephanie Brantley at 803.645.1640.
Friends of Frances
Friends of Frances (FOF) is a 501c3 organization founded to garner awareness for rare genetic diseases and individuals with special needs. FOF was founded in honor of a brave and beautiful girl, Frances Brown who was born with Macrocephally-Capillary Malformation (M-CM), a multiple malformation syndrome causing abnormal head and body overgrowth and abnormalities of the skin, vascular system, brain and limbs. Her tenacity to overcome adversity with everyday life was an inspiration that resulted in a community of friends coming together to promote awareness of and provide assistance to children like Frances who live with rare diseases and special needs. Proceeds benefit the purchase of adaptive equiptment for children with special needs or for the privision of specialized theraypy for physcal development.
Project Lifting Spirits
Project Lifting Spirits works with various Fort Gordon entities and the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Augusta, Georgia to provide items of appreciation to our veterans, deployed troops and the wounded service members stationed here. Our goal is to provide these service men/women with various items of appreciation for all of their hard work and sacrifices in order to provide us with the safety and security that we all take for granted. Currently, we are doing bingo nights and ice cream socials on a monthly basis at the VA Hospital Uptown Division and are looking at what we will be able to do for the Downtown Division. Additionally, as funds allow, we purchase and provide hygiene items that are needed. On Fort Gordon, we have been providing cards and meals to them as funds allow.