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Top Fundraisers 2013
1. Michelle Waterman
2. Maria Scalia
3. Emily Dolton
4. Kamaria Allen
5. Patty Ocadiz
Foundation for Developmental Disabilities
Run, Walk & Roll
2014 (info coming soon)
Join us for the Foundation Run, Walk, & Roll 5K/1 mile event. Enjoy a day of fun with friends and family while raising money for the Foundation. Proceeds support Foundation programs that assist with urgent or emergency needs such as shelter, food, clothing, medical needs, etc., provide funding for affordable housing, community programs, and much more; for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
A Day of Fun with Friends and Family
The event will take place right on the water, at NTC Park in Point Loma's Liberty Station, the perfect venue for for the entire family. The all paved two-loop route is a great way to run--walk--or roll your way to a 5K finish, or choose the one mile or virtual participant options.
How you participate is up to you -- run, walk, push a stroller, pull a wagon, ride a wheelchair, run or walk with your dog, or join us as a virtual walker or runner. The whole idea is to have fun for a great cause! There is even a Fun Zone for kids of all ages!
If you collect $150 or more in donations, you receive a free event T-shirt! The top three fundraisers will receive prizes!
The Run, Walk, and Roll Fun Zone is free for all registrants. The Fun Zone includes games, arts and crafts, a bounce house, and temporary tattoo's. Read More
- "Early Bird" registration
- "Pre" registration
- "Day of" registration
- "1 Mile" registration
- "Virtual Participant" registration
About the Foundation
Individuals living with a developmental disability like cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism or intellectual disabilities, face many challenges in the course of learning, working, and living in the community. The Foundation for Developmental Disabilities, serving the San Diego and Imperial counties, is a resource for those individuals and their families. The Foundation's vision is that children and adults with developmental disabilities will live full, productive and satisfying lives as active members of their communities.