|Join us for ITP Matters 5K Color Walk/Run. This is an event to raise awareness for ITP (a rare blood disorder) It will be an untimed event and will be lots of colorful fun. Registration for the walk/run is available online and the day of the walk/run starting at 8AM. Participants should arrive early to check in so the walk/run can begin promptly at 9AM. Runners and Walkers will get all colored up at 4 stations along the course. The color is non-toxic and 100% safe for participants and the environment. Proceeds will benefit ITP Matters for education, support and finding a cure.|
This is an untimed event. Timber Hill Timing will not be timing this event.
|5 Kilometer figure eight road course.|
Children under 10: FREE (Discount Code: under10) Does not include t-shirt.
|November 23 - August 31||$30.00||includes an event t-shirt|
|September 1 - September 21||$30.00||event t-shirt on a first-come first-serve basis|
|Event Day||$30.00||event t-shirt on a first-come first-serve basis|
|Online registration is open and will close on Friday September 21 at 4:00 PM.|
Same day registration and packet pickup will begin at 8:00 AM at the Norlo Park, 3050 Lincoln Way East, Fayetteville, PA. Registration closes 15 minutes before the event starts, please be considerate of others and register on time.
Check-inParticipants registered by Sept 1 will receive an event t-shirt. Participants registering after Sept 1 or at the event will receive an event t-shirt on a first-come first-serve basis.
|Course Map |
|This event is hosted by and proceeds benefit the ITP Matters.|
ITP is a blood disorder that affects the platelets in a person's blood. The blood is a person's main life source; therefore it affects not only the blood but the mind, body and soul. ITP'ers wake up daily praying that this day may be pain free.
ITP can make a person feel very alone in so many ways. So help me to show ITP'ers and their families that through all the ups and downs of their pain and suffering they are never alone.
I.T.P. MATTERS wants to educate people about ITP and how it affects ITP'ers, their families and their friends. I.T.P. MATTERS also wants to show support for all ITP'ers, and their families through our prayers our informational resources, and financial support so that this journey may be made a little easier and stress free.
If you would like to be a part of "I.T.P. MATTERS" or if you, a friend, or a family member has ITP, please feel free to contact me anytime. Kim McBeth 717-263-5600 or 717-658-3017
|For more information or to volunteer contact Kimberly McBeth at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (717) 658-3017|