The Globe Run For Home 2011 21k Finisher’s Medal

Take a look at this uniquely-designed 21km Finishers Medal which will be given to 21km finishers of the Globe Run For Home 2011 race.

See you all on March 27! ;)

Globe Run For Home 2011 UPDATED ROUTE MAPS

Hello folks, the Globe Run For Home 2011 route were changed so that it won’t have to pass the area of St. Luke’s Global City for the safety and security of possible emergency patients being brought to and from the said hospital. Below are the updated and final route maps for this race.

updated 3km route map

updated 5km route map

updated 10km route map

updated 15km route map

updated 21km route map

C lick HERE to view more details about this race. See you all on March 27!

Globe Run 4 Home 2011

GLOBE RUN FOR HOME 2011
3km/5km/10km/15km/21km
March 27, 2011
Bonifacio Global City
http://www.globe.com.ph/run

RACE DETAILS:

1. REGISTRATION FEES AND INCLUSIONS:

*GROUP REGISTRATION PROMO: A 20% discount (4+1 Free Registration) on registration fee will be given to every group of 5 registrants on the same race category.

2. REGISTRATION VENUES:
ON-LINE: http://www.globe.com.oh/run
ON-SITE: 4th Floor Cinema Lobby, Greenbelt 3, Makati (until March 20, 2011)

3. GUN START:

4. PRIZES:

5. SINGLET and SINGLET SIZING CHART:

actual singlet photo (front)

sizing chart

6. ROUTE MAPS:

Download 3km map
Download 5km map
Download 10km map
Download 15km map
Download 21km map

7. BENEFICIARIES:

- Gawad Kalinga

Gawad Kalinga is building communities to end poverty through its holistic community development programs (community empowerment, community infrastructure, child and youth development, health, environment and food sufficiency) by driving a culture of caring and sharing in different sectors of society, we will be able to end poverty for 5 million families by 2024.

- Habitat for Humanity 

Habitat for Humanity Philippines (HFHP) is a non-profit organization that serves Filipinos families in need of decent homes.  We bring together partners who share the same vision of transforming lives through building responsible and sustainable communities.

- Haribon Foundation

Haribon Foundation is a non-profit membership organization committed to nature conservation through community empowerment and scientific excellence. It has been in the forefront of environmental protection and sustainable resource management in the Philippines.  Haribon is guided by its vision to take the lead in caring for nature with the people – for the people.

- Virlanie Foundation

Virlanie is all about giving back the smile to street children. For 18 years, it has provided abandoned, neglected, abused and orphaned children who were found living in the streets with a home, education and the opportunity to become responsible and self-sufficient contributors to society. Through its 12 homes and 13 programs, Virlanie cares for more than 1,100 children every year.

8. PRESS RELEASE:

Globe to hold biggest charity fun run of the year

THE biggest race to be staged in the first quarter of the year—the Globe Run for Home 2011—hits the road at the crack of dawn on March 27, 2011 with a sea of humanity expected to fill the Bonifacio Global City, each eager not only to breast the tape but to take part in an endeavor that will benefit the less fortunate.

With the registry books already filling up after the online registration via www.globe.com.ph/run  which started in February 21, 2011, the Globe Run for Home 2011 is once again starting to fulfill its promise that racing in a fun-filled environment could be transformed into a more fulfilling event – both in body and heart.

Each participant pays a registration fee with a modest amount going to the various partner-institutions for the race. Compared to the previous two races, Globe Run For Home 2011 will now have 4 beneficiaries. They are Gawad Kalinga, Habitat for Humanity, Haribon Foundation and Virlanie Foundation. Registration fees are pegged at P650 for 3K, P750 for 5K, P850 for 10K, P950 for 15K and P1,050 for 21K.

The registration fee entitles runners to their race singlets available in various sizes, D-tag race chip, race bib number, runpix analysis, downloadable photos and finisher’s medal (21K category). And just like in its past two stagings, the Globe Run for Home 2011 will again use singlets made of 100 percent recycled PET plastic bottles. No other running event in the country has done that, thus adding the environment as fifth beneficiary.

Apart from sharing a portion of the race proceeds to 4 beneficiaries, this year’s Run for Home is also putting up a platform close to its heart in order to generate more donations for its partner-organizations. Through Globe GCASH, runners participating to this year’s Run for Home can encourage their respective circle of friends, families and loved ones to support their run by donating to their beneficiary of choice. To know more about GCASH and to register for an account, Globe and TM subscribers may simply call 2882 free from their mobile phones or log on to www.globe.com.ph/gcash.

To donate, text DONATE <space> AMOUNT <space> MPIN <space> INSTITUTION CODE and send to 2882. Institution codes are GK for Gawad Kalinga, HABITAT for Habitat for Humanity, HARIBON for Haribon Foundation and VIRLANIE for Virlanie Foundation.  Donors have to make sure that they have enough GCASH credits in their account to be able to push through with the donation.

Since running has become a bonding activity among officemates, friends, and barkadas, group runners are also encouraged to join—with a special treat. For groups of four running in the same category, they will be allowed to bring in a fifth member for free.

Apart from the online registration at www.globe.com.ph/run, participants could also register and pay through cash at the Run for Home 2011 physical registration booth at the 4th Floor Cinema Lobby of Greenbelt 3 in Makati City that opened from February 28 to March 20, 2011. Race kits of runners paying in credit card will be delivered to their respective addresses while those paying in cash may claim their race kits at the on-site registration booth from 12 noon to 8 p.m.

Gun start for the race categories are as follows: 5:00 a.m. for the 21K, 5:15 a.m. for the 15K, 5:30 a.m. for the 10K, 5:45 a.m. for the 5K and 6 a.m. for the 3K. Participants who will miss the start will forfeit their chance of winning but could still run in the race.

Cash prizes will be given to top finishers. For 3k, 1st place gets P3,000, 2nd place gets P2,000 and 3rd place gets P1,000. For 5k, top finishers get P5,000, P3,000 and P2,000 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place respectively. For 10k, top placers get P7,000, P5,000 and P3,000 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd placers respectively. For 15k, 1st place gets P10,000, 2nd place gets P7,000 while 3rd place gets P5,000. For 21k, top place gets P15,000, 2nd place gets P10,000 and 3rd place gets P7,000.

For inquiries about Globe Run For Home 2011, e-mail r4h@globetel.com.ph.

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