Make your race more meaningful by running for one of our preferred charities and/or joining their training team. Make a difference while you reach your goal. Join today!
This Fight Is Personal
The LIVESTRONG Foundation has partnered with the Yuengling Shamrock Marathon Weekend for three years and raised more than $200,000 in support of the Foundation’s programs and resources. Our free services help people face the challenges of cancer, head-on, and live life on their own terms.
By joining Team LIVESTRONG and raising money, you will help cancer survivors get the support they need to fight cancer.
Make this fight personal at TeamLIVESTRONG.org.
Your Team LIVESTRONG fundraising includes:
- Race Registration Fee once fundraising minimum is met
- Team LIVESTRONG Dri Fit cap
- Team LIVESTRONG technical shirt
- A personalized fundraising website
- Fundraising tools website
- One-on-one support from LIVESTRONG staff
- Access to Team gathering during event weekend
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ACCESS College Foundation is an award-winning, nationally recognized not-for-profit that provides students, who otherwise may not have the opportunity, with the path to attend and complete college. We offer a full range of college access programs and services free of charge to all public school students and parents in Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach and Suffolk, Virginia; and support services to college students on 13 Virginia campuses. Our service continuum gives students from grade 7 through college graduation the knowledge, encouragement, and financial resources necessary to achieve their college dreams.
Join Team ACCESS and run for a cause in the TowneBank 8K. Register to race by February 28th.
Fundraise for ACCESS and help change lives, families and communities– because College Changes EVERYTHING! Become a fundraiser at www.TeamAccessCollege.com. Design your personal fundraising website page now!
ALL FUNDRAISERS WHO RAISE $10 OR MORE BY MARCH 8TH ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN PRIZES! Meet fundraising minimums for a chance to win a free race entry, VIP Shamrock tickets, an iPhone 5C, Busch Gardens Passes, a $200 Visa Gift Card, and more. View fundraising levels at www.TeamAccessCollege.com.
Operation Smile mobilizes a world of generous hearts to heal children’s smiles and transform lives across the globe. Founded in 1982, Operation Smile, headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, is a worldwide children’s medical charity whose network of global volunteers are dedicated to helping improve the health and lives of children and young adults. Since its founding, Operation Smile volunteers are dedicated to helping improve the health and lives of children and young adults. Since its founding, Operation Smile volunteers have treated more than 160,000 children born with cleft lips, cleft palates and other facial deformities and the organization has a presence in over 60 countries. In addition to contributing free medical treatment, Operation Smile trains local medical professionals in its partner countries and donates crucial equipment to lay the groundwork for long-term self-sufficiency. For more information visit www.operationsmile.org
The Noblemen is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based out of Virginia Beach, Virginia which includes eight member chapters located throughout the Hampton Roads region. The Noblemen mission is to identify and perform Noble Deeds for great local kids who are in need of help.
We hope that you will visit our website often and learn how you can “Be a Part of the Solution”!
Preston is a happy 13 year old who has Mitochondrial Disease which leaves him with low muscle tone, and developmental delays. He tires easily and has balance issues but everyday he wakes up smiling and determined to keep up with his friends and especially his big brother!
This past year Preston was blessed to have an adapted bike donated to him through a fundraiser that was developed by a family friend. Deb and Steve (Prestons parents) has always recognized the need for adaptive physical equipment for Preston because of his limitations and now see that there are many other children who could use adaptive equipment. The only roadblock for many families is the expense. Preston’s bike cost $2200.00!
Throughout the years Preston attended physical education in public elementary school and has not been able to actually participate on his own. He may turn a rope for someone to jump and throw a ball but that is the extent of it.
With the overwhelming need for adaptive physical education equipment for children with disabilites and the concern for childhood obesity the Buenaga’s have decided to open their non-profit to dividing the monies raised through Preston’s March between UMDF and funding for adaptive equipment for the school environment and individuals.