Jingle Jam 10K 2020 is a fun-filled, Christmas-themed virtual road race that will be completed during race weekend, beginning Friday, December 4, 2020, at noon EST to ending Sunday, December 6, 2020, at noon EST. Registration opens on October 1, 2020. All proceeds from this 10K road race will benefit SafeHomes. In 2019, Jingle Jam 10K raised over $8,000, which all went to help victims and survivors of domestic abuse and increasing community awareness of domestic abuse. Jingle Jam 10K has donated over $70,000 to SafeHomes since the inaugural race in 2011.
Jingle Jam 10K features the following:
- Runners can complete their 10K in Christmas-themed costumes and competing in our infamous costume contest.
- Our JJ10K Facebook page will feature virtual entertainment from our community such as Santa & Mrs. Clause and Kenny Buddy the Elf will throughout the race weekend.
- Runners have the option to fundraise to end domestic violence and have the opportunity to receive an award as the top individual fundraiser, team fundraiser, and corporate team fundraiser.
- All runners will receive a Jingle Jam 10K 2020 Swag Bag that includes a JJ10K dry-fit shirt, a JJ10K 2021 calendar, two (2) jingle bells, and, for the first time, a special edition JJ10K 10th anniversary race medal that doubles as a Christmas ornament.
“From the darkness of domestic violence, my friends and I created Jingle Jam 10K. JJ10K is our annual gift to victims of domestic violence, to the survivors of domestic violence, and to those that did not survive their abuse.” — Goldei Limbaugh, Jingle Jam 10K Founder & Race Director
About Jingle Jam 10K: Jingle Jam 10K benefitting SafeHomes Domestic Violence Center, founded in 2011, promotes healthy lifestyles through fitness and furthers the mission of SafeHomes by raising funds for domestic violence intervention, awareness, and education. SafeHomes is committed to ending domestic violence in our community and ten surrounding counties, as well as in the lives of the individuals they serve. Their mission is to transform victims of domestic violence into survivors.
Naomi Suguitan, Marketing Director, Jingle Jam 10K