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Elves and Bells 5K Sponsors

$575 raised

$2,467 goal

We are no longer accepting donations on this campaign, but there are other ways for you to support us today!

Family Resources of Rutherford County is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing vital support to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and child abuse.Our mission is to create a safer and more compassionate community by offering prevention, intervention, and community education on these critical issues.

We are excited to announce our upcoming “Elves and Bells 5K Fundraiser,” an event that aims to raise funds to support our essential programs and services.This event is not just about running; it’s about coming together as a community to support those who need it most.

Event Details:

    • November 25th, 2023
    • Start Time 8 a.m.
    • The Spindale House

We believe that with the support of compassionate and community-minded organizations like yours, we can make a significant difference.We kindly request your sponsorship for this event, and there are various ways you can contribute:

  • Financial Sponsorship:Your generous donation will directly fund our programs and services, ensuring that survivors receive the support they need to heal and rebuild their lives.
  • In-Kind Donations:If a monetary contribution is not feasible at this time, we would greatly appreciate any in-kind donations or services that could help make our event a success.This could include refreshments, promotional materials, or volunteer support.
  • Team Participation:Encourage your employees or team members to join the 5K as participants.This not only promotes physical wellness, but also demonstrates your commitment to our cause.

Your support will not only contribute to the success of our event but will also enable us to continue providing vital resources and assistance to those who have experienced unimaginable hardships.Every step taken in the “Elves and Bells 5K” will be a step toward a safer and more compassionate community.


Sherry Bright

Executive Director