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Join us for a run to honor and celebrate the life of Kendra R. Atherton and to raise money for a scholarship fund in her name to benefit college-bound high school seniors who have lost a parent to cancer, and who display the qualities possessed by Kendra. As of today, the k5k: A Run for Kendra has awarded almost $86,500 in scholarships to high school seniors who have lost a parent to cancer.
When: Saturday, November 20th, 2021
Where: Virginia Beach Boardwalk or Virtual
Whether you live in the area or are 500 miles away, you now have the opportunity to run/walk the k5k wherever you are! When you sign up you will receive emails with instructions on how to post your results, as well as a link to join our Facebook event. From there we will be able to hold a virtual event with people participating all over the country! Spread the word to family and friends!
Who: The k5k: A Run for Kendra is for absolutely everyone!!
Under 12: $20
Student (13-24): $30
Adult (25+): $35
It’s NEVER TOO EARLY to register FAMILY and FRIENDS!
Run with your pet! Dress your pet in PINK! Have fun!
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This year we are pleased to announce that, on top of our commitment to the student of Hampton Roads, we are now allocating donations to impact the students of Virginia Tech, Kendra's alma mater. With this, we will be giving a scholarship(s) to an incoming Virginia Tech student who has lost a parent or guardian to cancer. The k5k family is very excited about this, as Virginia Tech was home to Kendra and many of her family members. In fact, Kendra's family was awarded with the 2019 Virginia Tech Family of The Year.
Our goal has always been, and always will be, to positively impact as many students as we can. Opening up a portion of the donations to Virginia Tech students gives us the opportunity for Kendra's name to grow through the place that she loved most. We will look to make an impact for the students of the school and the surrounding community. Now that we have a virtual option as well, we would love to see the students of Virginia Tech and the Blacksburg community participate in our mission to honor Kendra wherever the participants are. Please consider signing up, sponsoring, donating, or volunteering, and help us reach our goal of providing more scholarships to those students in need.
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