Wellspring’s Race to Restore 5K in PTC Sept. 15th
On Saturday, September 15, Wellspring Living will host its 7th annual Race to Restore 5K: Run for Her Future in Peachtree City, Ga. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the race will benefit comprehensive healing programs to restore women and girls who have been sexually abused or trafficked.
This year, Wellspring Living has set a goal to involve 500 runners in the race. Additionally, the organization has put together challenges for its participants. Participants can create teams of 12 or more; the team with the most members will receive a prize. Wellspring Living has also challenged 150 participants to raise an additional $1,000 to $5,000 by creating their own individual fundraising page through active.com.
Runners and supporters also have the opportunity to enter into a $5 raffle, giving donors a chance to win a variety of prized donated by local business, including: gift cards to Massage Envy, Tin Lizzy’s Cantina, ICI Paris, Lizard Thicket, a California Pizza Kitchen Kids Package and Gwinnett Gladiators tickets.
WHAT: Race to Restore 5k: Run for Her Future
DATE: Saturday, September 15
Race registration begins at 7:00 a.m.
Race starts at 8:00 a.m.
WHERE: The Bridge
225 Willowbend Road
Peachtree City, GA 30269
To register for the Race to Restore 5k: Run for Her Future, please visit http://www.active.com/5k-race/peachtree-city-ga/wellspring-livings-race-to-restore-5k-2012 <http://www.active.com/5k-race/peachtree-city-ga/wellspring-livings-race-to-restore-5k-2012> . For more information on Wellspring Living and how you can contribute to the cause, please visit http://www.wellspringliving.org <http://www.wellspringliving.org/> .
About Wellspring Living: Wellspring Living is a non-profit organization confronting the issue of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation through awareness, training and treatment programs for women and girls. By offering safe and therapeutic environments for women and girls, the residential programs are key to the healing and successful futures of the many survivors the organization serves.