BCIL Trek, Trot & Treat – a Costumed Fun Run for Disability Rights
Sunday, October 27, 2019 BCIL will hold our 3rd Annual BCIL Trek, Trot & Treat – a Costumed Fun Run for Disability Rights. This family friendly event will be held indoors from 1-3 pm at the UMass Boston Clark Athletic Center – located at 100 William Morrissey Blvd., Boston.
This event will help us to continue our goal of empowering people of all ages, with a wide range of disabilities, with the practical skills and self-confidence to take control over their lives and become active members of the communities in which they live. BCIL accomplishes this goal through advocacy and community organizing to promote access and change within our society.
How it will work: You can walk, run, or roll (10 laps = 1 mile) and get family and friends to sponsor you for any amount (per lap or a flat amount) OR BCIL will have a designated runner that you can ask friends and family to contribute to on your behalf.
All runners will receive their own bib number and ribbon!
Click here to print your sponsor page. Donations can be made via the form below or can be mailed directly to BCIL (60 Temple Place, 5th Floor, Boston, MA 02152 Attn: Susan Smith) All contributions are tax-deductible.
Costumes: We encourage you to wear your Halloween costume and be entered into the costume contest. Special prizes will be awarded. To be eligible to win in the costume contest, you (or a designated runner on your behalf) must complete at least 1 lap.
Stop by and join in the fun! All ages and abilities welcome! Healthy refreshments will be available.
We hope to see you there!
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