The event, presented by Causeway Family of Dealerships and Causeway CARes, will be held at Southern Regional High School on October 8th.
MANAHAWKIN, NJ – It’s almost time to lace up those sneakers and support a great cause! The 6th Annual Causeway 5K will be held on Sunday, October 8th at Southern Regional High School, 90 Cedar Bridge Road in Manahawkin. The event, presented by Causeway Family of Dealerships and Causeway CARes, starts at 8:45am (walkers) and 9am (5K run) and all proceeds will benefit Family Promise of the Jersey Shore and Project Home Repair, a coalition of nonprofit organizations which include Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity, Southern Ocean Habitat for Humanity, Homes for All and Starve Poverty.
The flat fast course is chip timed. The day will feature overall and age group awards, as well as door prizes. T-shirts are guaranteed to the first 250 registrants.
The cost to walk or run is $40 through September 30th, and $45 after September 30th and on race day. Students (18 years old and under) can receive $10 off by using the promo code: STUDENT. All registrations must be completed online at https://www.raceforum.com/CAUSEWAY. There will be no paper copies on race day. Participants will receive a confirmation email with a bib number to bring to the event.
“Since its inception in 2018, The Causeway 5K has raised over $140,000 to help improve the quality of life for Ocean County residents,” said David C. Wintrode, President of Causeway Family of Dealerships/Causeway CARes. “We are proud to support organizations who collaborate in an effort to make a greater impact in our community, in turn making our community a better and safer place to live.”
Last year, the 5th Annual Causeway 5K raised $60,000 and saw an increase in runners/walkers and sponsors from the prior year. For 5K race donation opportunities, please contact Kaitlyn Strohmeier at 609-597-8083, ext. 1122 or email Kaitlyn.Strohmeier@CausewayCars.com.
About Causeway CARes
Causeway CARes’ mission is to make a direct and profound impact in and around Ocean County in the areas of education, food security and quality of life. Founded in 2004 and funded by the Wintrode Family Foundation, Inc., Causeway CARes strives to make the community a better place to live, grow and thrive. To learn more, visit CausewayCARes.com.