Flying Pig 10K
Postponed from May 2 to October 10, 2020!
This is not just any race – we're in a race to save our one and only planet.
Join Team Sierra at the Flying Pig 10K on October 10, 2020 and cross the finish line knowing you made a real impact raising critical funds to protect our planet.
Entries are limited and are first-come, first-served to those that commit to raising $100 for Sierra Club to support our work safeguarding the environment.
Earn Team Sierra swag as you raise more funds to protect our planet. You can even earn an annual National Parks Pass so that you can plan new adventures to beautiful places!
HOW IT WORKS
Do what you love. Raise funds. Save our planet.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR PAGE
When you register, you'll get your own personal fundraising page, access to our fundraising toolkit, and a Facebook group for meeting your teammates and fundraising coach.
Social media, email, creative stunts — there are lots of fun ways to get friends and family involved to meet the $100 fundraising minimum.
Join fellow planet-protectors on the racecourse in October 2020 and celebrate the difference you made!
ABOUT THE RACE
Race in two states at once!
The Flying Pig 10k course starts near Paul Brown Stadium and takes you across state lines and back along the Ohio River.
See Cincinnati up close as you run through the Central Business District and from afar as you cross the river. Finish up with a jaunt past the ballpark and along the Ohio River Trail.
It's the cities biggest party weekend and you can be a part of it!
Learn more about the course and the full lineup of weekend events here.
At Sierra Club, while we're working to save the planet, it's critical that we find partners who are doing the same. Flying Pig is committed to being a sustainable event and is certified by the Council for Responsible Sport as a Gold Level sustainable event.
Check out some of the cool stuff they've been up to while keeping our planet healthy:
- In 2018 57.9% of all waste was diverted from the landfill.
- Items recycled or donated increased 28% over 2017 with 14.9 tons being diverted.
- 1,900 pounds of compost was collected, which was a 28% increase over 2017.
- 2,025 pounds of clothing collected at the start of the race were donated to Goodwill, a 13% increase over last year.
- 5,960 pounds of leftover food were donated to local food pantries.
- 13 pounds of leftover medal ribbons were repurposed as lanyards race weekend.
WHY FUNDRAISE WITH TEAM SIERRA
It's clear that the climate crisis is not just one of the greatest threats we face: it's already impacting the people and places we love. Our air, water, and home are threatened — and it's time to act.
The crisis may feel daunting, but we can do something about it.
We know that Team Sierra teammates thrive on big goals and meaningful work. In 3 short years, we've raised over $1 million dollars to support the Sierra Club — the nation's largest grassroots environmental organization — and its work protecting wildlife and wild places, advancing clean energy solutions, and making the outdoors more accessible.
Individual Fundraising Minimum: $100
Earn a Team Sierra Hydro Soul Water Bottle
Earn our exclusive Doing Good by Nature baseball cap
Earn an annual National Parks Pass
Not ready to sign up? Want to see what other races you can be a part of? Leave your info here and someone from our team will reach out to help answer any questions!
Let's RAISE $5,000 for our planet
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