Relief Rover Clinic to 5K Virtual

Website URL: https://reliefrover.com/

Description:

Covid has cooped up a lot of people in their homes but veterinary professionals have been in the hospitals, clinics, and field caring for animals. The Covid 20 means something different to us. It’s the extra 20 animals we squeezed in for an exam on any given day! 

Working in a highly demanding and giving profession, time for ourselves can often come last. But it is possible for the time demands of clinical life to coexist with a running or walking life! And running will clear your mind, calm anxiety, tame stress, and help you with focus as you juggle all those patients. Relief Rover wants to help veterinarians who are struggling so a portion of our proceeds will be donated to the organization Not One More Vet (NOMV) - (add link: https://www.nomv.org), an organization helping veterinary professionals in crisis.

The Relief Rover Clinic to 5K Virtual Run offers runners and walkers the chance to participate in a 5k at their leisure while knowing that they are helping others.

All entrants will receive the Relief Rover Clinic to 5K Virtual Run Series logo medal, the series logo race bib, and a series logo running cap.

 

Charitable beneficiaries of the Relief Rover Clinic to 5K Virtual Run include: Not One More Vet (NOMV) - (add link: https://www.nomv.org). Registrants will have an opportunity to make additional donations to another charity or charities including PrideVMC and/or Stryder Cancer Foundation. 

 

Relief Rover Clinic to 5K: 

5k: any day, any time in 2021 or join us on any day in our official 2 week window from June 23 - July 7

Year-Round Challenge: a year-long challenge to challenge your heart and body. Starts on April 1st to December 31st, 2021.

 

Registration for Virtual 5k:

$25 - through April 30th

$35 - Starting May 1st

Please register by May 7th so we can ensure your medal, cap, and other swag

 

Course/Timing: You pick the date. You pick your route. You have your FUN knowing you are helping support mental health in the veterinary profession!

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