"Run to Read Fun Run will be held on August 15, 2010 at Bonifacio Global City. The run will be composed of 4 major distance events: 3KM, 5KM, 10KM, 15KM and a 500 meter dash for kids with their moms or dads. An informative Sports Running Clinic for new runners will also be held on July 28th about the basics of running, healthy living and the great cause behind the Run to Read Fun Run."
EVENT DETAILS:Race Distances: 3k | 5k |10k |15k | 500m for kids
Regular Registration: July 1 – August 8, 2010
PHP 500 for 500m for kids (tandem with 1 parent)
PHP 300 for 3k
PHP 350 for 5k
PHP 400 for 10k
PHP 450 for 15k
(Inclusive of singlet, race number and certificate)
Click the link for ONLINE REGISTRATION or you may also download the REGISTRATION FORM and submit it to the following registration areas.
BrandWorX Inc Head Office
Penthouse, Eurovilla Bldg. 2, VA Rufino St., Legaspi Village Makati City
Bldg. B3 Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City, Philippines
SecondWind Running Store
Maginhawa St., Teacher’s Village | Ortigas Home Depot
All Terra Cyclery
Club 650 Libis, Quezon City
Trinoma | Megamall | Festival Mall
Royal Sporting House
Glorietta 4 | Robinson’s Place Manila
The good news: We can choose any singlet color (first-come, first-serve)
The advocacy of this run is what made me decide to join the event. It started from a single person's idea. And I salute that person (I don't know her personally, but I think her name is Ms. Anne) for taking her idea into action that I am now getting excited about. I will be supporting this great cause as this is not just for me to experience a new runner's high, but because I believe that this will definitely give our kids of today a better future, whom will also be our next leaders of tomorrow.
My two-year old son, and my wife will also be joining this event. It will be our first, family running affair as it will also be their first running event.
To know more about the history of this advocacy, you may visit Ms. Patty's blog site, check out and add their Facebook fanpage, and the website of Run4Change.
Do we just have to ignore their need for a better Library?