Fundraising for Non-Profits
Benefits of Becoming a Non-Profit Partner with
The Justice Run
Access all our runners and friends who visit your booth at City Park on race weekend.
Retain all funds that you raise through our Crowdrise platform
Retain part of the registration funds for all runners who join your team
Broaden your visibility through our web site and social media platforms.
Showcase your organization at your free booth at City Park on race day.
Brand yourself by providing race day shirts to your runners.
Create a team-building opportunity among board, staff and supporters, or just have fun!
Provide a new way for your supporters to run, walk or volunteer for a cause they already believe in.
Provide another way to thank your contributors by offering running shirts/caps/etc., finish line benefits and after-event celebrations.
If you’re a non-profit working to fight against human trafficking, it’s easy to participate:
Your non-profit recruits runners to register for one of our races! Tell people to write in your non-profit's name on the registration form and you will keep the registration fees for each runner that joins your team.
Encourage your participants to make a fundraising page on Crowdrise to raise money for your non-profit. You will keep 100% of the money you raise through your fundraising efforts.
You build a fundraising and visibility campaign around your highly-visible participants.
We provide lots of visibility, tech support and social media to showcase your efforts, plus a free booth at City on race day.
There is no fee to become a Non-Profit Partner, but you need to invest some energy to make it work for you.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 NON-PROFIT PARTNERS:
World Hope International
The Justice Project
Beautiful Feet Wellness
Denver Street School
18th Judicial District
Extended Hands of Hope
Father to the Fatherless
Free Our Girls
Get Hope Global
Human Trafficking Center
Mission to El Salvador
Operation Underground Railroad
Voices 4 Nigeria
Life Center Ethiopia
The Avery Center