This year, we’re going to use our legs to support more than just our weight. We invite you to run with the Forge Team at the Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon & 5K to keep Dixon Transition Society’s Child Support Programs running!
YES! I WANT TO PARTICIPATE 👍
Awesome. Just six easy steps to use your running power for good:
To find Team ForgeFam, select:
- Join a charity partner team, existing fundraising team, or general run team”
- Team category: “Fundraising Team with Company, Friends or Family (Scotiabank Charity Challenge)”
- TEAM FORGEFAM!
- Use our charity codes: 5K (19DTS5K) or Half-Marathon (19DTS21K)
Once you register, you can begin collecting pledges through Race Roster on Scotiabank’s site.
Look for the Forge button labelled ‘Forge Fam’ to help us reach our clinic goal of $1500 for this event!
ATTEND OUR RUNNING WORKSHOP
May 25th | 1:00PM to 4:00PM
Our Physiotherapist, Marina, will be performing functional movement screens with our runners. The functional movement screen is designed to pick up your strengths and weaknesses as a runner and individualized training advice based on the results will be provided for each participant. Donations to Dixon are appreciated but not required to attend the workshop. Sign up for a time slot here.
JOIN OUR PRE-MARATHON RUNNING GROUP
Wednesdays | 7:30PM
Get those legs marathon-ready in the company of fun people. This complimentary Pre-Marathon Running Group will be lead by our physiotherapist, Marina. We will be running on May 29, June 5, June 12 and June 19 and will focus on endurance, proper running techniques and getting you marathon ready! Sign up here
Round up all your loved ones to cheer you on on marathon day. Better yet, have them join you!. Our team is open to everyone!
YOU DID IT! Make sure to stop by the Forge tent for some BBQ goodness and high fives to last you a lifetime!
I DON’T WANT TO RUN BUT WANT TO HELP 👍
No problem – we are also taking donations for Dixon Transition Society and the wonderful thing is, 100% of the proceeds go directly to them!
About Dixon Transition Society
Serving the community since 1973, Dixon Transition Society helps to reduce the impact of domestic violence by providing a safe haven for women and children at Dixon House, a ten-bed safe house that provides a safe and supportive environment. Transitional housing programs, counselling and outreach services form a continuum of care to help women and children live a life free from violence. FUNDING FOR CHILD SUPPORT PROGRAMS WILL BE ELIMINATED ENTIRELY BY 2020, which makes it more important to raise money for Dixon Transition Society to ensure that they are able to meet the needs of the children as well.