As race beneficiaries in 2016, we have a few bibs to this year’s TD Beach to Beacon 10K road race, available for a donation for $250 that goes directly to help at-risk teens. Register below to claim yours today – registrations must be received by June 30th at noon.
2017 TD Beach to Beacon • August 5, 2017
General Registration for the 2017 TD Beach to Beacon is already sold out. You can take your chances with the lottery or you can secure your bib for the race RIGHT NOW, while also supporting My Place Teen Center.
As you already know, My Place Teen Center was the 2016 Race Beneficiary, and as such, we have 25 bibs for the 2017 race! No need to set your alarm for the early morning registration or sweat it out on the lottery list. Guarantee your place at the starting line of the iconic race on August 5, 2017, with one donation of $250 to My Place Teen Center. You will feel great about your race, and even better knowing that your support helps to ensure the funding to provide hot meals, academic support, life skills and mentoring for at-risk teens.
Run Your Race. Fund a Kid
Our 25 race bibs are available to the first 25 people who make a $250 donation to MPTC. But you are certainly welcome to fundraise more – to reach a goal of $960 to fund a kid for one year. This is not just an opportunity to ensure the funding to provide hot meals, academic support, life skills and mentoring for our at-risk teens. This is an opportunity to spread the word about our important work at My Place Teen Center.
Your $250 donation can be paid by check or online at myplaceteencenter.org/donate.
Join Team MPTC today!
Email Cher Traweek today to secure your bib.
Please include the following information: Name, Address, Phone, Email, Gender, Birth Date, Age on Race Day and T-shirt size. We hope you enjoy your race, and the opportunity to Fund A Kid at My Place Teen Center for a year!
The TD Beach to Beacon race is more than an elite sporting event that draws international racers, it is a community event supported by dozens of local businesses, hundreds of volunteers and thousands of spectators. We are grateful for the opportunity to tell the stories of the wonderful kids we work with everyday.