Robbie Foundation’s 10th Annual Run/Walk/Roll 5K is Back in Person
Robbie Foundation’s 10th Annual NO LIMITS Run/Walk/Roll 5K is back in person for the first time in years.
Covid-19 has just made us think differently about how to help those that need it. This year the Robbie Foundation is celebrating 12 years of helping improve the quality of life for kids with special needs. One of their biggest fundraisers is the Run/Walk/Roll 5K. This year is its 10th, and how nice to all be back in person.
The Robbie Foundation has suffered a devastating loss in funding. Now more than ever your fundraising efforts are needed to help sustain the mission. If possible, we encourage everyone to seek pledges and donations when participating. This is also open to people of ALL abilities! So gather your friends and family for what always turns out to be a gorgeous Sunday in September.
Farley Field House
35 Watson Drive
Brunswick, ME 04011
Start/Register at the Field House
September 18, 2022
Opening Ceremony 9:45 am • Run | Walk | Roll Start 10:00 am
Event Day Registration: 9:00 am – 9:45 am
(Or participate virtually anytime between September 1st and 15th)
$25 Registration (Ages 22+)
$15 Students (Ages 18-21)
$10 Youth (Ages 13 to 17)
Free – Kids Fun Run (Ages 3-12)
AWARDS: (awards presentations after the event)
Everyone receives a medal.
Prizes will be given to fundraising participants.
Fun Awards for: Top Fundraiser, Top Fundraiser Team, Largest Team, Most Senior
Best Adaptive Decorations (wheels, prosthetics or mobility equipment, etc.)
Going virtual? Post your photos on Facebook and tag the Robbie Foundation to participate in the costume and decoration contests!
Munchies and water will be provided after the race.
Wheelchairs and strollers are welcome!
Rain or Shine!
Bowdoin campus requires anyone unvaccinated to wear a mask.
I love this organization and how it came to be. Lynn and Robert gave birth to their son Robbie in 1999. He was born with Cerebral Palsy. In an instant, their world was changed. I love what they wrote about having a son with special needs:
Does he test our endurance? Of course.
Do we ever feel cheated? Certainly.
Are we emotionally and physically drained at times? Yes.
But being this child’s parents has also brought more joy, fulfillment, and gratitude into our lives than we ever would have imagined. Robbie has taught us true love, patience, selflessness, and devotion. Being parents has changed our lives, but being Robbie’s parents has been an overwhelming blessing God planted on us years ago.
They have dedicated their lives to helping others overcome the challenges of raising a child with developmental disabilities. Let's help them make a difference! Register now!