Miles for Meals 5k

San Diego, CA

Miles for Meals 5k

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**In November, with each paid adult registration, 1 child can register for free

Building a hunger-free and healthy San Diego

Did you know nearly 400,000 children, families and seniors struggle with hunger in San Diego County? Feeding San Diego invites you to join our Miles for Meals 5k Walk/Run. During this fun event, you can help us spread awareness about hunger in San Diego and raise funds to provide meals for local families this holiday season.

Feeding San Diego relies on the generous support of individuals, corporations, foundations and community groups to sustain our critical hunger-relief and nutrition programs throughout the San Diego region. Our highly organized distribution model turns every dollar raised into four meals for the more than 63,000 children, families and seniors we serve every week.

For this 5k, we have set a goal to raise $5,000, which will provide 20,000 meals to families in need. Your support makes an immediate impact on our community.

Lace up your sneakers and get ready to fight hunger!

ALL RACE PARTICIPANTS RECEIVE:

  • Everywon San Diego event t-shirt
  • Finisher's medal
  • Free event photography
  • New friendships/connections
  • Endorphin rush of running/walking
  • Satisfaction of knowing you directly helped improve the San Diego community!
  • First 60 people to sign-up will be invited to a free Yoga event at Feeding San Diego with Amy Krieger.

ESSENTIAL EVENT INFORMATION: Click here

ABOUT FEEDING SAN DIEGO:

Established in 2007, Feeding San Diego (FSD) is the leading hunger-relief organization in the county, providing 25.2 million meals within the last year, and the only Feeding America member in the region. FSD provides food and resources to a network of more than 245 distribution partners serving 63,000 children, families and seniors each week. Focused on healthy food, education and advocacy, FSD is building a hunger-free and healthy San Diego through innovative programs and collaborative partnerships. To learn more about Feeding San Diego and its hunger-relief initiatives, visit feedingsandiego.org.