Corpus Christi, TX – the 31st Annual Goodwill Run, presented by Killian Calderon Disposal, celebrates 31 years of racing on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at Brewster Street Ice House with a 5K Run, 10K Run and 2-Mile Walk course along Corpus Christi’s scenic bay front. As the largest annual fundraising activity, the Goodwill Run is a premier race and attracts participants from all over Texas to compete and support the mission of Goodwill.
The goal for the 31st Annual Goodwill Run is to draw 800 participants and raise $50,000. The annual Goodwill Run is critical in funding Goodwill’s free employment and training programs, serving thousands of South Texans with disabilities or other barriers to employment each year.
Who: 5K Runners, 10K Runners and 2-Mile Walkers
What: 31st Annual Goodwill Run presented by Killian Calderon Disposal
When: Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 8 a.m.
Where: Brewster Street Ice House at 1724 N. Tancahua St. in downtown Corpus Christi
Why: Race to support the mission of Goodwill which benefits the job training and employment services for people with disabilities or other disadvantages
How: register online at GoodwillSouthTexas.com
2018 Race Fees: Adults/14-under
Regular Registrations ends 2/24: $30/$25
Late Registration 2/25 until /3/2: $35/$30
Race Day Registration 3/3 – $40
Race registration includes:
- Race T-Shirt
- Race Bag + goody items
- Entry to win door prizes
About Goodwill Industries of South Texas, Inc.
Goodwill is a 501c3 non-profit, community based organization and provides critical services such as job training, placement and support services to people throughout South Texas. The mission of Goodwill is to create life-changing opportunities for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. Goodwill believes in the power of work. For more information, please visit GoodwillSouthTexas.com