Time: 07:30 AM
Greenville County Sheriffs Office
in partnership with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office and Upstate Police Departments
The Wounded and Recovering Fund was initially set up by Greenville County Deputies after a growing number of line-of-duty injuries were experienced. Since then, we have partnered with multiple Upstate Police Departments, and have begun helping injured police officers as well!
An eleven-member board (consisting of seven law enforcement officers and four civilians) sets up yearly fundraisers -- including the third annual W.A.R. Fund 5K, with the intent to raise funds to support our efforts. Since it's inception, the W.A.R. Fund has donated more than $35,000 to injured law enforcement personnel. As a 501(c)3, all donations are tax deductible, and 100% of all proceeds go to wounded deputies and officers!
The primary goal of the W.A.R. Fund is to establish permanent fundraising capabilities to provide immediate financial assistance to Upstate Police Officers and Deputies in Greenville County, South Carolina injured in the line of duty.
For more information about the W.A.R. Fund 5K, contact John Boyd at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit our website http://www.greenvillewarfund.com/ if you would like to donate, volunteer, or become involved with any of our events at greenvillewarfund.com
The W.A.R. Fund 5K runs through Greenville's Chanticleer Community and starts and ends at 113 Doctors Drive, Greenville, S.C. 29605. Parking is free and is available near the race start/finish line.
Sorry, we can not offer refunds for this event. Thank you for donating to the W.A.R. Fund!
***Please register by 05/16/19 no later than 12 midnight to be guaranteed an event T-shirt***
***Registering early helps us be able to better plan this event***
***We will have late registration available on the day of the event for $35 (cash or check only) but you will not be guaranteed a T-shirt or medal***
***Late registration is between 6:30-7 a.m. only on Race Day.***
May 24, 5-7 p.m., at Fleet Feet, Augusta Street, Greenville.