The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, invites you to join us for a virtual run/walk to raise funding and awareness for NCUIH’s critical work that supports the resiliency of the American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) community through meaningful change in the social equity of health care.
Every step, stride and effort builds resiliency!
Tell us why you run/walk! After you register, take a picture or selfie with a sign to tell us why you run/walk to post on social media with #runforresilience hashtag to be featured on NCUIH’s social sites!
Run for Resilience FAQ’s
Q: What does a virtual race look like?
A: Instead of a marked course, participants will complete their selected distance outdoors or on a treadmill between Sunday, May 23 and Sunday, May 30.
Q: What does the money raised go toward?
A: 100 percent of fundraising dollars will go directly to NCUIH, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, to support NCUIH’s work toward the development of quality, accessible, and culturally-competent health services for American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) living in urban settings.
Q: What will I receive if I register for the race?
A: All registered participants will receive a race packet via mail. The packet will include a race t-shirt, sticker and medal. Race packets will be received shortly after the virtual event.
Q: After I register, if I cannot make an additional donation, are there other ways to support NCUIH?
A: Yes! Take a selfie and post why you run for resilience and tag NCUIH on our social media channels. Also, make sure to take pictures of yourself and team running for resilience and tag us @urbanindianhealth on Instagram, @NCUIH_Official on Twitter and @NCUIH on Facebook!
Q: I am not registered for the race, but still want to support NCUIH, what can I do?
A: We appreciate your support! You can donate to the event by visiting https://runsignup.com/Race/Donate/DC/Washington/circleofresilience5k. On This page you can make a donation. As always, 100 percent of all funds raised go toward NCUIH’s critical work to support the resiliency of the AI/AN community through meaningful change in the social equity of healthcare. For other ways to get involved, please visit our website at ncuih.org.
This is a virtual race — please complete your selected distance (5k or 3k) anytime during the week of May 23, 2021 – May 30, 2021. All participants will receive a thoughtfully-designed race t-shirt, sticker and medal!