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11.26.13 / Events

20th Annual Race to Deliver

On Sunday, November 24th, God’s Love We Deliver held its 20th Annual Race to Deliver in Central Park. The Park was bursting with thousands of runners, including many children in the Kids’ Races, and the festive pre-Thanksgiving mood lit the morning! Celebrating its 20th year, the Race to Deliver is one of our largest annual fundraisers. It is a 4 mile run/walk in Central Park, followed by multiple-distance Kids’ Races. Runners and supporters braved the 20 degree morning and gusts of wind to come out for the Race. Bundled in hats, gloves, leg warmers and winter goggles, runners cheerfully took to the course for God’s Love! The Race to Deliver symbolizes the daily race to ensure that no one faces the dual crises of hunger and illness. The 20th Annual Race to Deliver was a huge success for God’s Love We Deliver. It was a beautiful morning in Central Park as everyone raced for a wonderful cause.

Thanks to all of our runners, teams and supporters who came out for yesterday’s Race to Deliver! Thank you for your fundraising and for raising awareness for God’s Love — with your help, we are able to cook and deliver more than 1.2 million meals each year for our neighbors living with severe illnesses. Please visit www.racetodeliver.org for more information. Photos by Jessica Frankl & Peter Forsman For Race results, please visit: http://bit.ly/17NENhs.

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