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Ready, set, go! It’s time to get your walking or running shoes on and plan to participate in UOAA’s 4th Annual Portland, OR area Run for Resilience Ostomy 5K on Saturday, October 6, 2018.

Join us at the Health Fair in the Parking Lot of City Hall at the Farmer’s Market (SE Main St & Harrison, Milwaukie, OR 97222) to check in (or register on-site) and pick-up your T-Shirt. This down-and-back Fun Run/Walk starts at Riverfront Park in downtown Milwaukie and follows the historic Trolley Trail through sculpture gardens and greenery into a wooded area where old trees canopy over the trail.

This Run/Walk is held annually to raise awareness of this life-saving surgery, empower those living with an ostomy or continent diversion, and raise funds to support UOAA’s programs and services. We encourage you to invite your family, friends, co-workers, caregivers and others to join you at this special event to walk, run or just enjoy the family-friendly festivities.

All proceeds benefit the United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc. (UOAA), a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible.

CLICK HERE to learn more about this event, sign-up to participate, create or join a fundraising team, and donation options.

Ready, set, go! It’s time to get your walking or running shoes on and plan to participate in UOAA’s Inaugural Run for Resilience Ostomy 5k in Pennsauken, New Jersey on Saturday, October 6, 2018.

This Run/Walk will be held at the Jack Curtis Stadium at the Cooper River Park, 5300 North Park Drive, Pennsauken, New Jersey. Cooper River Park (346.55 acres) runs through Pennsauken, Cherry Hill, Collingswood and Haddon Township. The park is bounded by North and South Park Drives, Route 130 and Grove Street. There will also be a Kids Fun Run and kids activities during the event.

This event is held annually to raise awareness of this life-saving surgery, empower those living with an ostomy or continent diversion, and raise funds to support UOAA’s programs and services. We encourage you to invite family, friends, co-workers, caregivers and others to join you at this special event to walk, run or just enjoy the family-friendly festivities.

CLICK HERE to learn more about this event, sign-up to participate, create or join a fundraising team, and donation options.

Ready, set, go! It’s time to get your walking or running shoes on and plan to participate in UOAA’s 3rd Annual Birmingham, AL Run for Resilience Ostomy 5K on Saturday, October 6, 2018.

This Fun Run/Walk will take place at George Ward Park, with the starting point and activity area located at Field 6. Kids activities and vendors will be open throughout the duration of the event.

This Run/Walk is held annually to raise awareness of this life-saving surgery, empower those living with an ostomy or continent diversion, and raise funds to support UOAA’s programs and services. We encourage you to invite your family, friends, co-workers, caregivers and others to join you at this special event to walk, run or just enjoy the family-friendly festivities.

All proceeds benefit the United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc. (UOAA), a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible.

CLICK HERE to learn more about this event, sign-up to participate, create or join a fundraising team, and donation options.

Ready, set, go! It’s time to get your walking or running shoes on and plan to participate in UOAA’s 2nd Annual Arizona Run for Resilience Ostomy 5K on Saturday, October 6, 2018.

This Fun Run/Walk will start at the Dove Ramada at Red Mountain Park in Mesa, where you’ll hear the wonderful sounds of nature and be able to experience the amazing wildlife as you head to the Falcon Ramada. You will then continue on to the Hawk Ramada around the duck pond, heading back to the Dove Ramada for some fun, food and entertainment. This event is a fun run and not a certified 5k race.

This event is held annually to raise awareness of this life-saving surgery, empower those living with an ostomy or continent diversion, and raise funds to support UOAA’s programs and services. We encourage you to invite your family, friends, co-workers, caregivers and others to join you at this special event to walk, run or just enjoy the family-friendly festivities.

All proceeds benefit the United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc. (UOAA), a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible.

CLICK HERE to learn more about this event, sign-up to participate, create or join a fundraising team, and donation options.

Ready, set, go! It’s time to get your walking or running shoes on and plan to participate in UOAA’s Inaugural Run for Resilience Ostomy 5k in Harrison Township, Michigan on Saturday, October 6, 2018. This Certified Run/Walk will be held within Lake St. Clair Metropark at the West Playfield Shelter near the Nature Center, taking participants on the scenic board walk along Lake St. Clair. The flat, out-and-back, 5K course will start and finish near the Nature Center. This is a timed race on a certified course for 5K participants. The Fun run will utilize the same course without a timer.

This event is held annually to raise awareness of this life-saving surgery, empower those living with an ostomy or continent diversion, and raise funds to support UOAA’s programs and services. We encourage you to invite family, friends, co-workers, caregivers and others to join you at this special event to walk, run or just enjoy the family-friendly festivities.

All proceeds benefit the United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc. (UOAA), a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible.

CLICK HERE to learn more about this event, sign-up to participate, create or join a fundraising team, and donation options.

Ready, set, go! It’s time to get your walking or running shoes on and plan to participate in UOAA’s 3rd Annual Run for Resilience Ostomy 5K in Boise, Idaho on Saturday, October 13, 2018.

The 5k timed race will start and end at the Old Timer’s Shelter in Ann Morrison Park. One of the Ribbon of Jewels, Ann Morrison Park is an urban park located on the Boise River. This is a flat, fast, OUT AND BACK course along Boise’s beautiful Greenbelt. The one mile kids’ course is an out and back course beginning at the Old Timer’s Shelter as well. Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the shelter.

This event is held annually to raise awareness of this life-saving surgery, empower those living with an ostomy or continent diversion, and raise funds to support UOAA’s programs and services. We encourage you to invite family (there is a special “Children’s Run/Walk!), friends, co-workers, caregivers and others to join you at this special event to walk, run or just enjoy the family-friendly festivities.

All proceeds benefit the United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc. (UOAA), a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible.

CLICK HERE to learn more about this event, sign-up to participate, create or join a fundraising team, and donation options.

Ready, set, go! It’s time to get your walking or running shoes on and plan to participate in UOAA’s 5th Annual Durham, North Carolina Run for Resilience Ostomy 5K on Saturday, October 6, 2018.

This Certified Run/Walk will take participants on the scenic American Tobacco Trail (ATT) over the 1-40 bridge. The out-and-back course will start and finish at the parking area at 8160 Renaissance Parkway in Durham, N.C. This 5k course is flat except for one gradual uphill section on the ATT just south of the 1-40 bridge. This course is certified by USATF and is a timed race.

This event is held annually to raise awareness of this life-saving surgery, empower those living with an ostomy or continent diversion, and raise funds to support UOAA’s programs and services. We encourage you to invite your family, friends, co-workers, caregivers and others to join you at this special event to walk, run or just enjoy the family-friendly festivities.

All proceeds benefit the United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc. (UOAA), a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible.

CLICK HERE to learn more about this event, sign-up to participate, create or join a fundraising team, and donation options.