A fundraising event to support Children's Specialized Hospital's Chronic Pain Program
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED, PLEASE COME OUT AND REGISTER IN PERSON FOR THE JINGLE BELL 5K RUN.
**Online early bird registration special $35, race day registration $40**
The Elizabeth PBA #4 Civic Association invites runners of all ages to participate in
The 2017 Jingle Bell Run 5k road race. The race will take place at 8:30 am on
December 10, 2017 at The Mills Jersey Gardens Mall on a USATF certified
The race begins immediately after the "Santa Claus Fun Run", which is a short distance
sprint with Santa and free for all children!
All runners receive special Jingle Bell 5k gear, a swag bag and jingle bells for their shoes.
All proceeds from the JBR5k benefit the Children’s Specialized Hospital's Chronic Pain
Program. Additional fundraising encouraged!
A 50/50 RAFFLE and a $450 L'OREAL SWAG BAG will be RAFFLED OFF on race day.
Following the race, an awards ceremony and complimentary pancake breakfast for REGISTERED RUNNERS and WALKERS courtesy of IHOP will be provided.
Friends and Family are welcome to participate in breakfast when they give a DONATION to Children's Specialized Hospital.
Gift cards are awarded to the 1st ($250), 2nd ($100), & 3rd ($50) Place Male/Female finishers!
Come out and support a great cause while enjoying a fun race day with family and friends!
For more information, visit,HTTP://WWW.JINGLEBELLRUN5K.ORG
Overview of The Chronic Pain Program: By participating in the Jingle Bell 5K you are supporting the Chronic Pain Management Program at Children's Specialized Hospital. This program helps promote the wellness of kids ages 11-21. Treating chronic pain includes intense physical and occupational therapy, as well as, integrated mental health intervention. This is accomplished by teaching strategies to manage pain and encourage functional activity through treatment and therapies such as: physical, occupational, aquatic, recreational, and many more. During the Chronic Pain Program, the child and family also participate in family psycho-education support sessions to provide a better understanding of pain management strategies.