What: Pro Earth Run: Protect, Respect, Oversee Earth Care
When: 12 April 2014 Saturday, 4:30 AM
Where: Bonifacio Global City
Earth Day Network Philippines stages this advocacy run to encourage people to Protect, Respect, and Oversee the sensible and sustainable care for Mother Earth, it is presented by Malungai Life Oil – an organic and all-natural highly concentrated extract obtained from Malunggay leaves and seeds (www.malungailifeoil.com).
Given the Philippines' intensifying vulnerability to natural disasters, now more than ever, Filipinos from all walks of life must make a conscious and concerted effort to become active environmental advocates.
The deadly Earthquake that struck the provinces of Bohol and Cebu and the Super typhoon Yolanda has taught us that we don't stand a chance against nature's sheer force. And if we have learned our lesson well, we know by now that our only option against nature's wrath is to go PRO-Earth, never against it.
Do join us in this endeavor. After all, "we make the world we live in and shape our own environment" (Orison Swett Marden).
Distance, Registration Fees and *Inclusions:
- 3K / 5K / 10K - Php 500.00 (Singlet, Bib, Sponsors goodwill freebies while supplies last)
- Online Registration and Payment via www.earthdayphilippines.org
- SM Cinema Tickets payment and Online registration via www.earthdayphilippines.org
- Merrell Stores payment (March 7 - April 3, 2014 only) and Online registration via www.earthdayphilippines.org
- 3K - 6:00 AM
- 5K - 5:45 AM
- 10K - 5:30 AM
Route Map: TBA
- Top 3 Male and Female Finisher’s Medal, per race category + sponsors’ prizes
- Sponsors’ goodwill freebies and product sampling
- Raffle prizes & surprises!
Call (02) 571.3448 | (02) 904.2304 | (02) 904.9826
Earth Day Network Philippines is the local counterpart of the global Earth Day Network International. It is a network organization that campaigns for environmental citizenship, spearheading the annual April 22nd Earth Day Celebration by partnering with government agencies, non-government organizations, private corporations, academic institutions, religious groups, and environmental advocates (www.earthdayphilippines.org).