LawSpaceMatch.com rallies with its sponsorship of Run for Justice in Atlanta, Georgia for the fifth year! We support Atlanta Legal Aid Society. Run for Justice 2013 Are you also interested in participating in a fun crisp autumn day run for a great cause?
On November 12, 2016 at 9:00 AM the Atlanta Legal Aid Society is holding its 26th Run for Justice. This event will benefit the general operating fund of the Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
The beautiful 5K course begins and ends at One Step at A Time, 650 East Lake Drive, Decatur, GA 30030. There is also an option to participate in the 5K walk, great for families and children! Jogging strollers, kids and pets are welcome. Run for Justice also welcomes families, community, corporate, school and church teams!
Awards will be presented to the top 5K finishers and teams in various categories, including children, strollers and pets.
Each participant will receive a dri-weave t-shirt (XXL and above are an additional $3.00). Children’s sizes are available in white cotton.
Regular registration is $25.00 in advance. Run for Justice starts at 9:00 AM so participants are encouraged to arrive no later than 8:30 AM. Registration begins at 7:45 AM on the day of the run.
Please visit runforjustice.org for more information and to register for the event.
Interested in sponsoring Run for Justice? Visit rfjsponsors.atlantalegalaid.org.
Volunteer opportunities are available.
Fun Facts about Run for Justice:
- Over 1,000 registered participants
- 25% of participants were families
- 50% of participants competed in previous Run for Justice events
- 95% had university and/or post-graduate degrees
- 95% lived and worked within the perimeter
- 10% were competitive runners
- Over 40 law firms and corporations fielded teams
If you have any additional questions, please contact
Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc.
From the Atlanta Legal Aid Society:
The Run for Justice is a fun, easy way to show your support for Atlanta Legal Aid and the great work we do! We provide civil legal services to persons with very low incomes in Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Clayton and Cobb counties. Last year, Legal Aid attorneys assisted over 50,000 people and handled over 24,000 cases, primarily involving housing, family, and senior citizens issues. Begun in 1924 by 17 prominent local attorneys, Atlanta Legal Aid has meant access to justice for countless individuals, who would otherwise be shut out of an increasingly complex legal system because they do not have the money to hire a lawyer. Check out what we are doing today at www.atlantalegalaid.org