Summit Medical Group Foundation Wants You to "Run for Your Life"

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Family-friendly event with 5k and 1.5 mile walk to benefit Foundation’s mission and programs

The Summit Medical Group Foundation (“SMGF”) hosts its first 5K race and 1.5 fun mile walk event on Sunday, October 26, 2014, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at Memorial Field in Berkeley Heights.

This festive, family-friendly event will include post-race food and beverages, live music, “Ask the Medical Expert,” race awards, goodie bags for participants, and children’s activities such as a Teddy Bear Clinic and face painting,

All proceeds of the race will support the Summit Medical Group Foundation’s initiatives, including fostering health and wellness in our community, developing the next generation of medical professionals, and medical research.

The course is USATF Certified/Sanctioned, NJ Grand Prix 500 Points, with water stops on course and at finish. Race timing will be provided by Tristate Timing.

Non-refundable Entry Fees:
Early Registration by 10/7: $25
USATF-NJ Members until 10/7: $22
After 10/7 & Race Day: $30
1.5 Mile Walk: $10

Long sleeve t-shirts available to pre-registered runners; to others while supplies last. All race and walk
participants will receive a goodie bag,

The SMGF is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public foundation that relies on philanthropic support to make its mission, education and outreach possible.


The Summit Medical Group Foundation’s mission is to enrich the lives of members of our community through health promotion, medical research and medical education.The Summit Medical Group Foundation is a New Jersey nonprofit corporation exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), The Foundation has received a determination letter from the Internal Revenue Service providing that contributions to the Foundation are deductible as charitable contributions under Internal Revenue Code Section 170.

Learn more about the Summit Medical Group Foundation.

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