Race AFSP 2022
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“To save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.”
This is AFSP’s mission statement. AFSP saves lives and provides hope through research, education and advocacy for the prevention of suicide and support to those affected by suicide.
Our Race for Hope team plays its role in those efforts by giving team members the opportunity to combine their athletic pursuits with fundraising for a cause they care about. As a team member you will be part of a network of athletes committed to raising awareness, remembering our loved ones, and reflecting on our own struggles. You will also be demonstrating to others that you have the dedication, perseverance and willingness to sacrifice that are necessary to complete the training for your race. Through your fundraising, you will help raise awareness of suicide and allow those that have lost a loved one to suicide and those that are struggling with suicidal thoughts themselves to know that they are not alone . . . to know that there is hope . . hope for recovery from loss and hope to prevent future suicides.
2022 Bank of America Chicago Marathon
AFSP is no longer accepting applications for charity entries to the October 9, 2022 Bank of America Chicago Marathon. We were only provided a limited number and they have all been taken.
Time Qualifiers, Legacy Runners, Deferrals, Drawing Winners
If you are able to register for the Chicago Marathon on your own because you meet their time qualification, have run more than 5 Chicago Marathons in the past 10 years, you have a deferral from a previous year or if you win the drawing, then you can join our team by committing to raise $500 for AFSP. Please contact Team Captain Steve Moore before you register for our team so he can send you a team member agreement.
For Additional Information:
Team Captain Stephen Moore: email@example.com