Join us for our 2021 Virtual Walk/Run for Sensory Play!
Saturday, April 17th through Sunday, April 18th
Run, Walk, Hop, Skip, or Jump your way to the finish line in the 2021 Matthew Reardon Center for Autism Walk/Run for Sensory Play! Go for a run this Saturday or Sunday and get your family and friends to join in on the FUN!
Instructions for Prizes: We will be choosing prizes for the following categories: best finish line photo, largest socially distant team, registrant from the furthest away, best MRCA spirit, and most spirited family. To qualify for prizes, photos or videos must be added to our Facebook page by Sunday at 9pm EDT.
#mrcarun – all posts must have this tag
#mrcaspirit – best spirit category
#mrcasocial – largest socially distanced team
#mrcafar – registrant from furthest away
#mrcafam – most spirited family
Haven’t signed up? There is still time to get in on the virtual fun!
This family-friendly virtual event will be lots of fun in the comfort of your neighborhood, on your treadmill, or wherever you choose to run, virtually! Run any distance – no proof of distance or time required. The only requirement is that you get out for some exercise and have some FUN!
Pricing: We are asking for donations of $25 for each registrant. There is no requirement for ticket purchases in order to participate, but we would love your support!
100% of the proceeds will go to building a sensory playground for children at The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism. We are planning to break ground on our playground this summer and are so excited! More details coming soon.
Get supporters for your walk/run and help us build our sensory playground! We are finalizing plans and are expecting to break ground in June 2021. This is such an exciting time for us and we will be sending out updates very soon.
There are other ways to participate! Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to see what we share about this amazing virtual event. Or, make a contribution! 100% of your donation will go toward building a sensory playground for students at The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism!