Kick off the Christmas season with the true holiday spirit and join us for the Stuff the Sleigh event Saturday, Dec. 8, in Racine to benefit the Racine County Food Bank.
Stuff the Sleigh 5k Run/Walk will kick off at 10 a.m. in Downtown Racine at the Sam Johnson Parkway and will take place, rain, snow or shine. Registration will open at 8 a.m.Click here to see the course or visit www.StufftheSleigh5k.org.
Don’t feel like running? You can still join this great community event. Come to Monument Square between 9 and 11 a.m. to drop off non-perishable foods that will go directly to the Racine County Food Bank. Stay to cheer for the runner and walkers. Or get involved: volunteers are still needed on race day to provide on-site help such as setting up before the race, supporting participants during the race, and clean-up. Come for an hour or stay for the entire event--we will find something that interests you!
This is a perfect opportunity for a group to get in the holiday spirit or for individuals who want to be part of a great cause that gives back to the community. The event will end around 11 a.m.
All volunteers will receive a free volunteer shirt and be entered into the special drawing on the day of the event.
There is also still time to be a sponsor. You'll gain widespread visibility for participating in this wonderful event that brings our community together. Become a sponsor of the Stuff the Sleigh 5K today! For more information on becoming a sponsor or to be part of the race in any way, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This event will not be the same without your generous support.
For all information about Stuff the Sleigh, contact Plan Ahead Events of Southeast Wisconsin, 3000 N. Green Bay Rd., Racine, WI 53404, 877-651-2440, Info@planaheadevents-racine.com. Visit the event website http://www.stuffthesleigh5k.org and “Like” us on Facebook so that you can keep up with additional news for Stuff the Sleigh.
About the Racine County Food Bank: The mission of the Food Bank is to efficiently and effectively obtain resources and facilitate distribution of food and necessities to Racine County individuals and families in need, through a network of direct service providers. Their goal is to equalize distribution of resources through the community and to serve as an advocate on behalf of the community in reducing hunger.