After a two-year hiatus, the Annual Bunny Run 5K is back for our 25th Anniversary!
Join us Saturday, April 9 at Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Survivors Park as we raise money for SRVS Kids and empower children with disabilities one “hop” at a time. The Bunny Run 5K is the last race of the inaugural Celebrating Abilities Race Event Series (CARES) benefitting SRVS, Harwood and Memphis Civitan.
WHEN: Saturday, April 9
LOCATION: Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Survivors Park, 701 Perkins Exd., Memphis, Tenn. 38117. The race will be rain or shine.
FORMAT: Runners begin at 9 a.m., and walkers will start immediately after. In addition to the 5K, this family-fun event also will feature an egg hunt, children’s games, a special visit from the Easter Bunny and more! Bunny Run 5K awards will be given to the top men and women in the following categories: Under 15; ages 15-25; ages 26-35; ages 36-45; ages 46-55; ages 56-65; ages 65+. Overall series winners (men and women) will be awarded in the following categories: Under 15; ages 15-25; ages 26-35; ages 36-45; ages 46-55; ages 56-65; ages 65+
COST: $30 for runners who register online; $20 for spirit runners; $35 for those who register the day of the run.
ABOUT SRVS KIDS
SRVS Kids is a program of SRVS with a commitment to nurture, educate and equip children with disabilities. SRVS Kids provides family-centered services that address the unique abilities of children with special needs. The program has been providing these services to children and families in the Mid-South for more than 30 years. Services include pediatric therapies, developmental training, an inclusive preschool and early on parent and child classes. SRVS Kids relies on generous donors like you to ensure that we reach the children and families that need our support. For more information about our programs and services, visit srvs.org.
Not a runner but you would still like to join the cause? Make a donation to SRVS. Your support ensures that SRVS can continue to provide the services that people with disabilities need to live meaningful lives as members of their communities.
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- Cynthia Strong