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Make Wishes Come True at the 2017 Jingle Rock Run

(Sponsored) Walk, run and wish it forward for local keiki facing life-threatening illnesses.



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Jingle Rock Run

 

Make-A-Wish Hawai‘i’s 4th Annual Jingle Rock Run returns in time for the holidays. Join the Make-A-Wish ‘ohana on Sunday, Dec. 17th for this untimed walk and run that takes revelers on a family-friendly stroll through the Honolulu City Lights. Come dressed in your most festive holiday attire and bring the whole family—pets and strollers included! An hour prior to the 5K event, keiki age 12 and under can participate in an untimed Keiki Sprint, a half-mile sprint grouped by age, with medals for each participant. All can join in on the fun, entertainment and food at the Hawai‘i State Capitol Building while counting down to the main event.

 

All proceeds go to Make-A-Wish’s Hawai‘i chapter, which has granted life-changing wishes to over 13,000 wish kids and their families since 1982. The Hawai‘i chapter is among the busiest in the nation as it not only grants wishes to keiki on all islands, it also coordinates and hosts the wishes of children from around the world who wish to see Hawai‘i. Participating in the Jingle Rock Run ensures that money raised benefits local keiki—all proceeds remain right here in Hawai‘i.

 

Registration starts at $35 per individual with discounts for keiki, military and pets. Join as a team and fundraise for Make-A-Wish.

 

Register online or contact (808) 537-3118 for questions. 

 

Dec. 17, 2017 at the Hawai‘i State Capitol Building, pre-event festivities begin at 3 p.m., Keiki Sprint at 5:15 p.m., 5K walk or run at 6 p.m., jinglerockrun.com

 

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