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River Bank Run volunteers can help a nonprofit earn $350!

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization can earn a $350 donation from the Fifth Third River Bank Run by providing a minimum of 35 volunteers as volunteer support on Saturday, May 12. Corporate teams can designate a nonprofit to recieve the donation your group earns by providing volunteer support!
Underwriting support from:

Volunteer as a group of at least 35 people and receive:

  • Fifth Third River Bank Run Group Coordinator to walk you through the process
  • 2012 commemorative t-shirts for your group
  • Register-to-win opportunities for all in your group
  • FREE parking on event day
  • FREE lunch on event day at the Michelob Ultra Post-Race Party on Calder Plaza
  • $350 donation to the 501(3)(c) organization of your choice 

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization can earn a $350 donation from the Fifth Third River Bank Run by providing a minimum of 35 volunteers as volunteer support on Saturday, May 12. Corporate teams can designate a nonprofit to recieve the donation your group earns by providing volunteer support!

Volunteering as a group at a community event can be an incredibly fulfilling experience – from building morale to making memories together outside the walls of your organization.Featuring the largest 25K road race in the country, the only 25K wheelchair race in the world, 10K, 5K Run, 5K Walk and Junior events, the 35th anniversary edition of the Fifth Third River Bank Run is sure to be an incredible experience for participants, volunteers and spectators.

Make your group’s volunteer commitment today or find out more information by contacting Andrea Bouman, Fifth Third River Bank Run Group Volunteer Coordinator, at [email protected] or 616.653.5536. Your group can play an important role in the success of this long-time event on the second Saturday of May! 

Connect online! 53riverbankrun.com, facebook, twitter.

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