Rainbow Race - September 19, 2020
Starting time for the race is 9am
Event Registration is available online here, and onsite at 7:30AM on race day.
- Entry Fee: Pre-registration (Online)
Registration – $27 by July 31st
Registration – $29 from August 1st - 31st
Registration – $31 from September 1st - 15th
- When: September 18th Early Packet Pickup Day – Registration - noon to 5:30pm - $35 (fees are non-refundable)
- Where: Harvest Acres Farm, 425 Kingstown Road, Richmond, Rhode Island 02892
- Mail in - registration fees - $31 by July 31st, $32 from August 1st - 31st, $33 from September 1st - 11th
- Mail to: Harvest Acres Farm, 425 Kingstown Road, West Kingston, RI 02892. Make checks payable to Rainbow Fund.
Registration is also available on race day starting at 7:30AM at the same location.The cost to register the day of is $35 (fees are non-refundable).
T-Shirts: To the first 400 entries.
Awards: Cash awards to the top 3 male & female finishers ($100, $50, $25) in the 5k Run; Awards to the top 3 finishers in the following age categories:
19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, and 70+.
Course: Relatively flat courses through the scenic country roads of Richmond.
Teams: Teams can be created for Family and Friends; and Corporate Teams. Any number is allowed on a team but top three times will be used to score teams. Teams must be registered online.
Join us after the race for awards, food, raffle prizes, fun and entertainment.
Directions: Route 95, Exit 3A to Route 138; the farm is about 3 miles on the right.
For more information contact Cindy Duncan at (401) 741-2178 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT WE STAND FOR
The day after Christmas in the year 2005 we lost our daughter to suicide. As we struggled to go on and try to deal with our lives without her, others in our family began to struggle with mental illnesses of their own. As a parent, we needed to bring our family together and include Cassie’s memory in our lives. Cassie’s love for rainbows is what inspired the Rainbow Race, our annual fundraiser held the second Saturday in May.
The Race was a great start, but we know we had to do more. There had to be a reason why we have seen all we have. With Cassie and God on our shoulders, our vision for our farm became clear. People with mental illness need a place to regroup and recover, and our farm provides the perfect setting for that.
Throughout life, we adapt to the path in front of us. The journey may not be easy, but it forms us along the way. Harvest Acres Farm has been fueled by passion, love, and the desire to make a difference in the lives of others.
-The Duncan Family