HopeRun 2007

Run for Charity People! It’s fusion of fun and sports, get-together and the best thing, it’s in the benefit for Charity as well!

HopeRun 2007 is a charity run and part of the Citibank-YMCA Youth For Causes 2007 programme, initiated by the YMCA of Singapore and Citibank (www.youthforcauses.com). The funds raised
through this effort would go towards Hope Centre (Singapore).

HopeRun 2007 Aims to:

  1. Promote strong family and community bonds.
  2. Promote youth activism through encouraging sports such as running as a recreation.
  3. Raise funds for Hope Centre (S) which helps needy students and families.
  4. Empower financially-challenged family and youth.
  5. Promote healthy lifestyle through leisure walk/run which is a healthy exercise suitable for people
    of all ages.
  6. Celebrate National Day with a meaningful purpose – participants can spend valuable time
    with their own families and at the same time help other needy families, bringing love and
    hope to their lives.

Event Details
Date: 19 August 2007
Closing Date: 17th August 2007
Eligibility: Open to all groups of people

Categories
Walk Hope Run (6km)
Family FunRun (3.2km)

6km Running Route

Citibank-YMCA Hoperun 2007 6km route

Angsana Green E2 >> Turning Point Changi Sailing Centre >> Angsana Green E2

3.2km Running Route

Citibank-YMCA Family Run/Walk 2007 3.2km route

Angsana Green E2 >> Turning Point After Singapore Island Resort>> Angsana Green E2

Registration Fees
Individual Runner: $15/pax
5-9 Runners: $12/pax
>9 Runners: $10/pax

Registration
Register and collect your event t-shirt and wrist tag at:

  1. Hope Centre (Singapore)
    410A Joo Chiat Rd 10am to 5pm (Mon to Fri Only)
  2. Running Lab at #03-20 Funan Digitalife Mall
  3. Running Lab at #01-47 Velocity @ Novena Square

Faxed entries will not be accepted
Please ensure that you have your wrist tag on during the run.

Runner Entitlements:
A sports T-shirt and attractive goodie bags will be given to all participants while stocks last. A lucky draw and exciting performances await participants at the end of the run.

Race day conduct

  • Participants intending to walk the route must start at the back of the line up. This is to ensure a safe and pleasant run for all participants.
  • All participants must participate unaided. Roller skates, skateboards, in-line blades, baby joggers, roller skis, bicycles, pushchairs, shoes with built-in or attached rollers or any other wheel-based transportation method or animals are strictly prohibited anywhere along the run route.
  • All Family Run participants who under circumstances need to have wheel-chair assistance or baby prams are still allowed to join in the walk/run

2 COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here