5K/10K Run & 1K Family Fun Walk on May 13, 2017

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5K/10K Run and 1K Family Fun Walk


WHEN: Saturday, May 13, 2017 — Rain or Shine!

WHERE: Druid Hill Park | Baltimore, MD (by the Maryland Zoo)


5K Race: $35

10K Race: $40

1k Family Fun Walk: $20

Please note: Kids 4 yrs. and under are FREE and do not need to be registered through RaceIT. Unfortunately we do not have small children's size t-shirts, but they are very welcome to participate in the race! Strollers are welcome, but please leave your pets, bikes, roller blades and skateboards at home.

Online registration closes at midnight on Thursday, May 11th. Walk-up registration is available at Packet Pick-up on the morning of the race.

PACKET PICK-UP: For your race bag, bib & chip (5k and 10k only) and t-shirt

Friday, May 12th, 3:00 – 8:00 pm (Avoid the crowds Saturday morning)
Location: No Limit Fitness/Sports Performance Gym, 1421 Clarkview Rd #124, Baltimore, MD 21209

Saturday, May 13th, 6:30 – 7:45 am — RACE DAY!
Location: Between the Lakeside Pavilion and Swann Pavilion, on Grove Road, inside Druid Hill Park, Baltimore 21217

Click here to download all Race Day Instructions including race course maps

Interested in volunteering at the race? Volunteers are essential to the success of Race Against Traffick and for the ultimate benefit it provides survivors of human trafficking! Read about volunteer opportunities and sign-up today.

Everyone is invited to rally their friends, family, and networks to participate in this fun and family friendly event to support the mission of Araminta Freedom Initiative. By participating in Race Against Traffick and/or becoming a fundraiser, you will help Araminta continue to awaken, equip and mobilize the Church and community in Maryland to end human trafficking through education, prevention strategies, and restorative survivor services. Content at Race Against Traffick will be appropriate for all ages, and we invite those wanting to explore and learn more about the subject matter to attend our AWAKEN: Introduction to Human Trafficking events throughout the year.

Registering as a participant, creating a team, or starting a fundraiser is easy to do, and it's fun! We'll give you all the tools you'll need to make a difference. With your help we can move towards the reality of Every Child Free From Human Trafficking.


Download 2017 Race Corporate Sponsor Form or click here to make a sponsorship donation

TITLE: Sappari Solutions

DEFENDER: Clear Architectural Design // Dunlap Engineering, Inc.

HEALING: Landers Appliance // Penney Design Group // Kelly & Associates

Mike, John & Suz Ford // Mt. Moriah Charitable Foundation // Merritt Properties

RESTORATION: Site Resources // Kissinger Financial Services

Church of the Resurrection // Kalkstein Chiropractic // The Logan Family

The Logan Family


Wetzel & Lanzi

Chesapeake Contracting Group

FRP Development

Abundant Life Chiropractic


O'Conor and Mooney Realters

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CORPORATE SPONSOR? Visit aramintafreedom.org/sponsor

Proceeds from the race will once again support the work of Araminta Freedom Initiative locally,
with a portion gifted to Justice Ventures International for their work overseas.

Download the 2017 Race Against Traffick Poster


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