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Be Kind 5K

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Saturday April 15, 2023

5K Race 10:00 | Fun Run 9:30

Join us for the inaugural Be Kind 5K, new in 2023! Come walk, run, or jog the 5K with us to raise money for Kin Wellness & Support Center! Our race will encourage runners, joggers and walkers of all levels to participate. We want to provide a platform through our 5k for locals to support those in our area who have battled, or are battling cancer. While some may run and others may walk, all will honor, support and encourage those who have been touched by cancer. Participants of all levels are welcomed.

This race benefits Kin Wellness and Support Center. Bucks County's new innovative cancer center that provides FREE services to LOCAL cancer patients in treatment and recovery and their caregivers by offering a full range of integrative services, fitness, yoga, therapy, and support.

Finish Line Party

After the race join us for fun with our DJ, Ardana Pizza Co's Food Truck, Evolution Candy, Thyme and Plate Catering, Local Vendors & Crafts, Bagel Barrel, Smoothies, bananas and water!

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Packet Pick Up & Registration

Friday, April 14, 2023 | 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Kin Wellness Center
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Race Day Pickup & Registration

Saturday, April 15, 2023 | 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

Holicong Park
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Who It Benefits

Kin is an all-inclusive 5,000 sq ft retreat center, offering integrative services, support, fitness, and therapy. The Center is free to any Bucks County, PA residents battling cancer regardless of where they are receiving treatment, also welcoming family and caregivers. Kin is made possible by generous donations from the local Bucks County Community. Kin’s mission is to help people find calm and peace and center themselves in a restorative environment. We strive to help bring people to a place where they feel empowered to manage their diagnosis through treatment, recovery, and beyond.