THE RESULTS ARE IN!!

Congratulations to the Overall winners:

1st Overall Female: Kara Waksmunski   23:42.82

1st Overall Male: Michael Wertheim  21:51.46

2nd Overall Female: Kendall Tata   24:37.62

2nd Overall Male: Bryce Wright    21:54.21

3rd Overall Female: Emily Henley   24:39.57

3rd Overall Male: Patrick Wright  22:59.16

 

Congratulations to the Masters winners:

1st Masters Female:  Kathyrn Laughon  25:56.19

1st Masters Male: Chris Cannon   29:00.02

2nd Masters Female: Susan Wright  28:39.70

2nd Masters Male: Craig Jennings  29:39.82

3rd Masters Female: Anne Boyland  30:19.75

3rd Masters Male:  Mark Ratzlaff  29:41.64

 

For full results, please visit https://runsignup.com/Race/Results/50482/#resultSetId-421179;perpage:100

THANK YOU to all of our 5K participants, sponsors, and prize contributors! 

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It's race time again and this year the Shelter for Help in Emergency is giving our 5K family two options to participate in our 5K:  Join us in-person on race day, Saturday November 4th,  for our annual 5K Run/Walk for Shelter or run the 5K Race virtually during the month of October. Results for both races will be posted separately on the Shelter's website and social media pages on November 4, 2023. 

To allow flexibility, you can register for the in-person event on November 4th, but then switch to virtual at a later time if you choose.  If you decide to switch, virtual runners must complete and submit their 5K results by October 31.  You can also switch your virtual 5K registration to the in-person event on November 4th.  If you decide this option, any virtual results you have sent in will be discarded. 

REGISTER TODAY at 

https://runsignup.com/Race/VA/Charlottesville/5KRunWalkforShelter

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IN-PERSON 5K:  

Participants will receive a hat for their participation in the event!

RACE DAY EVENT DETAILS

When:  Saturday, November 4, 2023, 8am

Where:  Charlottesville Downtown Mall,  View Race Course Here

Registration:  We encourage everyone to pre-register for this event.  There are limited race day registrations available.  Race Day registration begins on the Downtown Mall at 7am.

Packet Pick-up:  Friday, November 3rd, 8:30am - 6:30pm, Shelter for Help in Emergency Community Outreach Center

Awards:  Top 3 female/male overall and top 3 female/male masters.  All runners are eligible for Grab Bag Prizes at the end of the event.  Must be present to win. 

Results Posted:  Event Day results will be posted on our website and social media pages on November 4, 2023.

For More Information:  Call (434) 963-4676 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For accommodation requests, please contact Laura Mahan at (434)963-4676, ext. 113 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

VIRTUAL 5K: 

Can be completed anytime during the month of October 2023.  Virtual Results will be posted on our website and social media pages November 4, 2023.

As a virtual 5K, you can complete your run anywhere and anytime during the month of October.  You can run our course, pick your favorite course, walk around the neighborhood or even step up on the treadmill.  Your pace, your time.  The possibilities are endless!  Once you’ve completed your run, you’ll have the option to submit your time by text, email, or through your RunSignUp profile.  We ask that you send us your results no later than October 31. 

We want to see your run!  Send us photos by email or text during your run and of your chosen course. Be sure to include the location of where your running if you’ve chosen one other than our usual downtown course. If posting to social media, please use the hashtag #SHE5K23.

HOW TO COMPLETE YOUR VIRTUAL RUN

  • Register for the race. 
  • Complete a 5K (3.1 miles) by running or walking anytime, anywhere between October 1-31, 2023. You can walk around your neighborhood, step on the treadmill, run our course or one of your favorites. 
  • Submit your time.
  • Celebrate your accomplishment!
  • Share a photo on social media of your run/walk using the hashtag #SHE5K23.

 

HOW TO SUBMIT RESULTS

If you signed up for text or email notifications during the registration process, you’ll be able to submit your results by responding to the notification reminder. Or, you can manually enter your results on your RunSignUp profile following the instructions below.  We ask that you submit your results no later than 11:59pm, October 31st.  Final results will be posted on our website and social media accounts on November 4, 2023.  
        1.      Sign in to your RunSignUp.com profile
        2.      Go to the Results tab in the menu at the top of the page
        3.      Click the Submit Virtual Results button
        4.      Search for your registration by entering in your name or email and date of birth.
        5.      Once you find your registration click Log Activities
        6.      Enter your time
        7.      Click Submit Activity

 

WHO WE ARE

Since 1979, the Shelter for Help in Emergency has worked to support and empower victims of domestic/intimate partner violence through a combination of trauma-informed residential and community-based outreach services, including a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, safety planning, information and referral, resource assistance, legal advocacy and court accompaniment, supportive counseling, outreach to the Spanish-speaking community, and programs for children and youth.

The Shelter for Help in Emergency provides strong, well-established programs and services that respond to the needs of our whole community. While some clients need the benefit of services within our safe, confidential residential facility, others are able to access the services they need at our Community Outreach Center or in other community-based sites. Over the years we have worked to become a resource to the whole community – a place where people can get information about domestic violence and learn ways in which they can get involved.


OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT THE SHELTER'S WORK IN OUR COMMUNITY.