18th Annual Freedom 5K: Saturday, July 1st, 2017
When/Where: Saturday, July 1, 2017 @ 9:00 AM (Rain or Shine!) Registration starts at 8am. Silver Lake Park, Dover, DE (Use Washington Street entrance off of State Street)
On your marks, get set, here we go! Are you getting ready for this great event? We can’t wait to see our regular supporters out this year. We wish to see more new runners, walkers and rollers too! Please come join us to show your support to our Delaware veterans.
To register, please visit TriSportsEvents.com or make checks payable to Veterans Trust Fund, mail it to TriSports, 2772 Hazlettville Rd. Dover, DE 19904. All registrations by June 24th will be $20. $25 after and on the event day. 2017-5k-entry-form
For those who cannot race, but still want to contribute. Please review two great options. Register as a silent hero or sponsor the event. Sponsorship includes your company or organization listed on the Freedom 5K t-shirt. Gold Level Sponsor ($500) – includes 3 free registrations. Silver Level Sponsor ($300) – includes 2 free registrations. Bronze Level Sponsor ($100) – includes 1 free registration. Sponsorship application must be received by June 12th. Please make checks payable to: Veterans Trust Fund and mail to the DE Commission of Veterans Affairs, 802 Silver Lake Blvd. Suite 100, Dover, DE 19904. (For more information on the sponsorship or the event, please contact Sable Vance or Sherri Taylor at 302-739-2792.) 2017-5k-sponsorship-form
Don’t forget our exciting Kiddie K race that starts at 8:55am. Kids 8 and under can race for free! We have quality “Freedom 5K” t-shirts waiting for our participants. Along with unique awards for overall male, female and master’s winners; we have awards for walk, roll and Kiddie K finishers and more categories!
Here are two testimonials of how the Delaware Veterans Trust Fund has helped our Delaware veterans. Please visit WDEL.COM or DELAWAREVETERANSTRUSTFUND.COM for the full stories. ‘A tale of two vets: nonprofit takes care of Delaware’s veterans when they’re most in need,’ by Lauren Huet with WDEL.COM.