Women’s Health RUN10 FEED10 Event

Hey loves! Women’s Health Magazine is putting on a Run10 Feed10 run in San Francisco on Sunday, October 27th! Please join me if you are in the area, it’s for such a great cause.

Use this special code (Run10 Feed 10: R10F10USA) to receive $5 off their ticket price through September 22nd.

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WOMEN’S HEALTH & FEED ANNOUNCE

2nd ANNUAL RUN10 FEED10 EVENT IN SAN FRANCISCO

Presented by Unilever

2nd annual event inspires people to race to fight hunger in America

Event to include bonus yoga session, nutrition and beauty consultations, great giveaways and more. 

Women’s Health’s wildly popular race and fundraising event,RUN10 FEED10, is coming back to San Francisco onSunday, October 27, 2013.

WHO: Join Women’s Health Magazine, FEED and its founder, Lauren Bush Lauren, and thousands of amazing men and women runners in the fight against hunger.

WHAT: This fall, Women’s Health magazine will host RUN10 FEED10 in San Francisco. The concept is simple: run a 10K with us and provide 10 meals for those struggling with hunger in San Francisco.   Last year, RUN10 FEED10 raised 1 million meals nationwide and we’re setting the bar even higher for 2013.

Timed 10K races will also be taking place across the country in New York and Chicago.  People living in Boston, Los Angeles, Miami and Seattle can participate in one of Women’s Health’s “Fun Runs” and if runners do not live in one of our host cities, they can still participate by signing up to run their own 10K. The  money from the registration and fundraising efforts will go to their nearest metropolitan area food bank. Download the official, free RUN10FEED10 app to plot your training course.

The day will include:

  • An unforgettable experience running at 10K for those in need
  • Pre-and-post race activities including guided stretches and yoga with a special guest trainer
  • Tons of freebies, experiences and giveaways from FEED, Dove, Degree, Lipton Tea, Simple, Kellogg Nourish, OPI, Vaseline, Birkenstock, Sketchers, Cigna, Ford Fiesta, and more.

WHY: Right now, over 50 million Americans are food insecure, meaning they don’t know from where their next meal is coming. The reality is there is enough food in the world today for everyone to get the nourishment they need for a healthy and productive life. The other reality is that we can do something about it. Together, we can make a huge impact in a very simple way. All you have to do is RUN!

WHEN: Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 8 AM

 WHERE:Crissy Field, San Francisco, CA

Registration Fee: Sign up for Run10 FEED 10 at www.run10feed10.comIncluded in your $50 registration is race entry, your donation of 10 meals, and a limited-edition FEED bag
$50 – until 9/30/13
$60 – 10/1/13 – 10/24/13 or until the race sells out!

Fundraising Information:
Women’s Health is encouraging all participants to raise $100. You can start fundraising by going to www.run10feed10.com, clicking on the START FUNDRAISING tab at the top of the page,and joining the appropriate city’s RUN 10 FEED 10 fundraising team. Share your page with your friends and family to spread the word! It only takes 10 friends donating $10 each to raise an extra $100 for your community.

ABOUT FEED:

After witnessing the effects of hunger firsthand when traveling as a WFP Honorary Spokesperson, Lauren Bush Lauren founded FEED Projects in 2007 with the mission of creating good products that help FEED the world. Every product sold has a measurable donation attached to it and, to date, the social business has been able to donate over $6 million and provide nearly 60 million school meals globally through the United Nations World Food Programme. FEED has also supported nutrition programs around the world, providing vitamin supplements to over 3.5 million children through UNICEF.

Over the past six years, FEED has forged successful partnerships with companies such as Target, Disney, Pottery Barn, Clarins, Whole Foods, Gap, DKNY, Links of London, Godiva and TOMS.

FEED products are available online and at retail locations around the world.  For more information, please visit www.feedprojects.com or follow FEED on Facebook (FEED Projects) and Twitter (@FEEDProjects).

See you there!

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