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Half Marathon & 10k Shirt: Register by Sept. 12!

Ready or not, here we come!  Registration for the 2014 We Care Twin Cities Half Marathon is now open. Register now to get the early-bird rate.

**All participants registered by September 12th will receive a free T-Shirt!!** 

Kids Fun Run and 5k participants will receive a t-shirt. 10k and Half Marathon participants will receive a long-sleeve technical shirt pictured here!

Win an HP Tablet!

For more information about how you can win a free HP Tablet, check out our Participants page.

We Care.

Fleet Feet’s We Care Twin Cities Half Marathon is a 13.1 mile race in the Twin Cities of Bloomington/Normal, Illinois. The race takes place on September 27th, 2014 and benefits the Ecology Action Center. In addition to the 13.1 mile race, We Care Twin Cities also has a 10K, a 5K, and a half mile Kids Fun Run.

The Half Marathon Race will start at 7:00 A.M. on Saturday, September 27th.
The 10K Race starts at 7:30 A.M. on Saturday, September 27th.
The half-mile Kids Fun Run and the 5K race will both be on Friday, September 26th at 5:30 P.M. and 6:00 P.M., respectively.

Friday’s events will begin and end at GE Park (1750 GE Road) and Saturday’s races will begin and end at Eastview Christian Church (1500 Airport Rd, Normal).

Donations

Would you care to donate a little extra for a fundraiser? Unable to participate or volunteer but would still like to contribute a donation to help support a runner or organization? We have an accompanying event donation fundraiser just for you!

Donate to support a runner or organization!

  1. Donations can be made here.
  2. To donate on behalf of a runner or to find a Non-Profit team, click on “View Full Fundraiser List” or search the name. Once you find your runner or organization, click on “Support”.
  3. Or, to simply donate to a non-profit, click “Donate” at the top right.
  4. You can donate as much as you want to any and all of the non-profit charities.

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