SANTA FE — NDI New Mexico announces the 2020 “Run for the Thrills” virtual run.
This family-friendly event takes place Oct. 23-25 as a replacement for last year’s Dance-A-Thon and offers participants the choice of running a 1K, 5K, 10K, half marathon or full marathon and fundraise to support NDI New Mexico programming.
“This virtual fun run is a great way for families and individuals to get outside for a good cause,” NDI Executive Director Russell Baker said. “Participants can choose the distance they want to run, and then invite people to donate based on the distance. It’s also perfect no matter where you live, because you can run in your own neighborhood.”
Registration for the event runs until Oct. 18. Participants who register before Friday, Oct. 9 can take advantage of Early Bird savings.
Inspired by Michael Jackson’s Thriller, the Run for the Thrills Oct. 23-25, and participants are encouraged to record themselves crossing their “finish” line based on the distance they are running, and submit a video of themselves doing NDI New Mexico’s classic Runs and Jumps in costume.
The best costume wins a $50 Visa gift card. Send in a video of Runs and Jumps to be entered to win.
“The goal for this virtual fun run is $25,000 to help support NDI New Mexico programming throughout the year,” Baker said. “The individuals and families who sign up for Run for the Thrills will not only support children across the state, but also help keep NDI New Mexico’s programs affordable and attainable for all families of New Mexico.”
For more information and to register, visit https://engage.ndi-nm.org/event/ndi-new-mexico-run-for-the-thrills-2020/e298509.
About NDI New Mexico
NDI New Mexico is founded with the knowledge that the arts have a unique power to engage and motivate children. The purpose of our distinctive programs is to help children develop discipline, a standard of excellence and a belief in themselves that will carry over into all aspects of their lives. NDI New Mexico’s programs teach the Core Four values, encouraging children to do their best, never give up, work hard and be healthy. For more information call 505.557.6047 or visit www.ndi-nm.org. Follow NDI New Mexico on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.