Login I Register I Find a Runner I Donate JOIN US: Proceeds Night at Potbelly Sandwich Works!Tuesday, September 16, 2014 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM@ the Greene Street/Pratt Street locationPart of the evening's proceeds will go to the 2014 Children's Heart Program Running Team
To Register for the 2014 CHP Running Team:
1. If you have run with our team in the past, click Login 2. If you are a new registrant, click Register3. After you have filled out all of your information with the CHP Running Team website, and paid your registration fee, you're all set!
You will officially be registered for the Baltimore Running Festival, by one of our committee members, within 7 days of completing your CHP Running Team online registration. You DO NOT need to register on the Baltimore Running Festival website.
As of August 1st, we are no longer able to transfer runners over to our team who have already registered for the races through the Baltimore Running Festival website. If you are still interested in fundraising and being a part of the CHP Running Team, please contact Ali Hoffman (email@example.com) for more information.
Why join the CHP Running Team?
For questions, please contact Ali Hoffman (firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-328-4609)
In order to raise money for the Children's Heart Program at the University of Maryland Children's Hospital, we ask all 2014 CHP Running Team members to fundraise at least $100. To facilitate the fundraising process, once you register you will have a personal fundraising page to send emails out to family and friends, and track your personal fundraising goal. We have also created a Fundraising 101 packet for your reference, with a few fun ideas to help get you started! Look out for fundraising incentives, which will be advertised in the coming months, as a bit of extra motivation to reach your goal!
Our fundraising goal for 2014 is $60,000- with your help, we can reach that goal!
Please note that your registration fee does not count toward the $100 fundraising minimum.
Our 2014 Children's Heart Program Running Team Partners:
The Learning Pathways Foundation
GREG MESA AND UMMC REHABILITATION SERVICES
About the Children's Heart Program
The Children's Heart Program at the University of Maryland Children's Hospital provides compassionate and comprehensive cardiac care for children from before birth through adulthood with a specialized team of pediatric cardiologists and surgeons, cutting-edge diagnostic technology and interventional procedures, and an emphasis on each individual patient and their entire family.
Click Here for more information about the Children's Heart Program
About Our TeamThe Children's Heart Program Running Team was established in 2009, with family and friends of Dr. Geoffrey Rosenthal, the Director of the Children's Heart Program at the University of Maryland Children's Hospital and avid runner. Dr. Rosenthal formed the team with two goals in mind- to keep alive a streak of daily running during his family's relocation to Maryland that year, and to help improve services for children with heart disease here in the state. Dr. Rosenthal belives that children should be able to receive excellent cardiac care without having to leave Maryland.
Over the last 6 years, the CHP Running Team has grown to more that 250 runners from all over Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York. These runners have banded together to raise over $150,000 for the Children's Heart Program. Last year the CHP Running Team raised over $52,000, and saw our first ever patient participant run in the Kid's Fun Run!
Join us and make a difference in the lives of children with heart disease!
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Living Donor Benefit Concert
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Health Matters Florida
Shock Trauma Gala
Catie Carnes Foundation, Inc. Giddy Up 5K Run/Walk
RBaby Foundation Serving to Save Babies' Lives Tennis Event
Ronny Maher Memorial Polo Match
MAY 2014Maryland Half Marathon & 5k
Shock Trauma Gala
Henrietta Lacks Symposium
Maryland Signatures Violence Prevention Program
Health Matters Florida
Health Matters Baltimore
PICU Ribbon Cutting