Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence 5k Race
Coming in February 2023, Naples, FL.
The 4th Annual ‘Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence’ 5K race will be held at the scenic Sugden Regional Park. However, due to Hurricane Ian, we have postponed the race to February 2023. The official date is yet to be selected.
The course of the race will be on closed pathways with plenty of shaded areas and runners will experience inspiring views including a Nature Trail, lakes and fountains, and a beautiful park setting.
Our 4th Annual Race
This special 5K will be a timed race. The race will be open to all who want to participate, from experienced, competitive runners to those who simply wish to walk. All race entrants will receive a ‘Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence 5K’ ‘stay-dry’ T-shirt, numbered bib with timing chip, swag bag, and free post-event water, snacks, and other food items for recovery. Male and female winners (first place, second place, and third place) in the following age categories will receive medals: Under 12; 13 – 29; 30-44; 45- 59; 60+; fastest adult (overall); fastest junior (overall).
Something For Everyone!
Due to Hurriane Ian, we have postponed the race until February 2023. The official date is yet to be selected. We will keep you informed as we receive more information.
The 5K will begin inside the Sugden Regional Park, located at 4284 Avalon Dr., Naples, FL 34112. There is plenty of parking onsite, as well as beautiful views of the inlet. You can view a map of the race here.
The registration fee is $25, and $10 for children under 18.
Watch an inspirational video about the personal story of the founder of the race and why domestic violence survivors need your help.
“I have chosen to use my own experience in Domestic Violence to show others there is a way out. This race is a great way to show your support for victims and survivors of DV. Let’s show them they are not alone! Always remember Silence Hides Violence.” – Kristina Nash
Resources for Racers & Sponsors
To learn more about how to stay safe from domestic violence and the free legal services offered by Legal Aid, click here.
Thank You To Our Sponsors
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Gold Level Sponsors
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Bronze Level Sponsors
Friends Level Sponsors
In-Kind Level Sponsors
You can also earmark a one-time donation directly to Legal Aid through the Fund a Need program to support the work of all the units and projects within Legal Aid that serve domestic violence survivors and their children.