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30th Anniversary Race to Deliver a Success

Thank you to all of our supporters this year, and for the past 30 years of the Race to Deliver.

More than 7,000 participants showed up to run, walk, and roll through Central Park. With your support, the event raised much-needed funds to help feed and nourish our neighbors living with cardiovascular disease, cancer, HIV, Alzheimer’s disease, and other severe illnesses.

Thanks to the New York Road Runners for partnering with us for such a fun morning!

The Race is symbolic of what we do each day to bring meals to those who need us. Being sick and hungry is a crisis that demands an urgent response. Thanks to our generous community, we have never had a waiting list. We are grateful for your dedication to some of the most vulnerable New Yorkers.

Check out our race highlights:

Thank you to all our of outstanding sponsors for this year’s Race to Deliver!

New York Road Runners


Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation

Gramercy Tavern


Team Wright

See coverage from the day on NY1. Our volunteer and supporter Diane Johnson and her kids Woody and Louise run with their Team Wright every year in loving memory of Diane’s husband, Lee Wright, who passed away in 1988.

If you would like to make an additional contribution, support a runner or support a team, please donate here. You can continue to help us fundraise to reach our goal of funding 40,000 meals. You can contribute to the Race to Deliver until the end of the year.

Thank you again for your support, and we look forward to seeing you at future God’s Love We Deliver events!

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