10 people are interested
#Race4Wanza Volunteers (First Aid Certified a bonus)
ORGANIZATION: Race 4 Achievement, Inc.
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10 people are interested
About this event
Tywanza Sanders, a man with a philanthropic spirit and a commitment to the achievement of youth in his community and beyond, was the youngest victim of the 2015 Mother Emanuel Church Massacre. To honor his life and continue his legacy, Race 4 Achievement Inc. (R4A) created this family friendly community run/walk to provide funds for R4A's TyWanza Sanders Scholarship Fund and other philanthropic outreach programs. Proceeds from this event have allowed R4A to award $16,500 worth of scholarships since the event's inception to minority high school graduates in the Charleston area. The TyWanza Sanders Scholarship Fund includes The TyWanza Sanders Scholarship at James Island Charter High , West Ashley High, and Burke High School awarding $1,000 scholarships at each school to a minority graduating senior, The Dan Stern Citadel Scholarship awarding a minority Charleston area graduate attending The Citadel with $500, and Malik Samir Werts Scholarship awarding a minority graduating senior from the Charleston County School of the Arts with $500.
We are in need of volunteers to assist with guiding/cheering racers on, distribution of water bottles, race medals, registration, race set up/breakdown, doughnut distribution, and collecting racer times. We are in need of "first aid" trained individuals as well. All volunteers need to arrive by 7am.
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About Race 4 Achievement, Inc.
P.O. Box 26052, Charlotte, NC 28221, US
To encourage and promote the uplifting of communities through advocating and supporting initiatives for challenged youths and distressed communities.
Established by a group of young educated professionals, Race 4 Achievement Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit that combines educational-based practices, cultural enrichment, and community service initiatives to provide avenues for uplifting the community while nurturing and encouraging civic-mindedness, career focus, and scholastic achievement among middle school and high school students.
61 Windermere BoulevardCharleston, SC 29407
February 15, 2023
- Event Management
- First Aid / CPR
- Administrative Support
- Customer Service
- Community Outreach
- Outdoor Recreation
- People 55+
- Roughly 4hours. Volunteers arrive at 7am, race starts at 9am, and generally everyone has completed the race by 11am.