The 2010 Donate Life Family Fun Run is almost here!

What: 5K/1K Run/Walk
When: Saturday, September 25, 2010
Where: Druid Hill Park
Time:
7:30 a.m. – Registration & check-in
8:30 a.m – Run/Walk start
Cost:
$25 if you register on or before September 1
$30 if you register after September 1 or the day of the event
Online registration will end at 5pm on 9/23/10.


The Donate Life Family Fun Run is a non-competitive 5K run and 1K walk to raise awareness for organ, eye and tissue donation and celebrate Maryland’s organ and tissue donors and their families. Proceeds from the Donate Life Family Fun Run benefit the Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland to further the organization’s mission of providing advocacy, family support, comprehensive public and professional education, and commitment to enhancing the organ and tissue donation process.

In 2009, nearly 400 people helped make the first annual Donate Life Family Fun Run a huge success. Donor families and friends, transplant recipients, hospital partners, Team Maryland members and more made up the more than 36 teams who participated in the event. More importantly, the day helped Maryland donor families celebrate the lives and legacies of their loved ones in a truly joyful way.

Click here to view the 2009 Donate Life Family Fun Run Slideshow!

To Register

Visit our online Family Fun Run registration page at http://LLF.kintera.org/familyfunrun or contact Lauren Muskauski (lmuskauski@thellf.org, 410-242-7000 ext 2005) to request a paper brochure or for further assistance.

We hope to see you all there!

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About Lauren

Lauren Muskauski is the communications associate at The Living Legacy Foundation. She heads up many community outreach initiatives and projects, with a focus on middle school, high school and college outreach. She also manages The LLF’s and Donate Life Maryland’s presence on social networking sites, such as Twitter and Facebook. Lauren’s commitment to donation started early when she registered as an organ, eye and tissue donor at the MVA upon receiving her first drivers’ license, but was then reinforced a few years later when her father passed away while waiting for a liver transplant. Now, she continues to be inspired on a daily basis by the generosity of donors and their families, as well as the gratitude exhibited by every recipient she meets.
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