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Choose your distance or run them BOTH! The Santa's Dash for Cash 1 Mile(ish) event is a celebration of Slo-Hi/Denver and EVERY finisher in the 1 Mile(ish) Dash for Ca$h will receive a BONUS gift envelope! Some of the gift envelopes contain CA$H - at least one including $100!
5k Registration includes entry into the DASH (1-ish mile run).
5k Run is chip-timed and performance-based awards are given in this distance.
Bring your kiddos and get a picture with SANTA!
All 5k participants receive:
All 1(ish) Mile Dash for Ca$h participants receive:
See SIZING page for info on gender specific shirt sizes.
The Official Christmas Cookie Sponsor of the event is Crumbl Cookie! Walk to the West side of Sloan's Lake after the event and redeem your 1 Free Cookie with redemption card at their Edgewater shop!
Head over to Joyride Brewing after the race for 1 Free Beer per person! Simply show your race BIB with tear-off and your ID.
Food For Thought Denver strives to eliminate childhood hunger by providing a PowerSack for students to take home to their family for the weekend.
Every school year, a staggering number of children from low-income families in Denver receive free and reduced lunches at school. Unfortunately, the lunch they receive at school on Friday is often the last meal they eat until back at school on Monday morning. Teachers and Principals consistently report that many students come to school on Monday mornings hungry, unable to focus and learn.
Hungry kids are more likely to miss school because of illness; are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety; are more likely to develop behavioral problems as teenagers; and are more likely to become food insecure adults due to lower paying jobs and socioeconomic circumstances. Hunger is a vicious cycle.
Interrupt the cycle and give to Food For Thought so local school children will have better opportunities to learn!
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