One Love, One Heart 5K benefiting the CDLS Foundation
“One love refers to the universal love and respect expressed by all people for all people”.
One Love, One Heart is a 5k to benefit the Cornelia de Lange (CdLS) Foundation
CdLS Immediate Family Receive Free Entry*
CdLS Immediate Family Receive Free Entry* *Immediate Family: moms, dads and siblings of an individual with CdLS are free, but need to register.
Can't BE there...then BE a Phantom Runner and you won't miss out!
Event details and schedule
Stay warm in December with the One Love One Heart 5K!!
Medlock Park Decatur GA
12.8.2018 10:00 AM
$25 Pre Registration by December 1, 2018
$30 Late and Race Day Registration
Rain or Shine (or snow)
When: 10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m.Where: Medlock Park, Decatur, GARunner, walkers, wheelchairs, and strollers welcome.
PACKET PICK UP & RACE DAY REGISTRATION
Race Day Registration and Packet pick up starting at 8:45 am at the Pavilion at Medlock Park – 874 Gaylemont Circle, Decatur, 30033
Delicious refreshments will be available
Great playground for kids to play
Guaranteed long sleeve t-shirts for all pre-registered runners; while supplies last for race day registration
Gift Card Awards: Overall male and female, overall masters male and female, top male and female in each age group
New: You have the chance to WIN 3 AMAZING Atlanta United items AND support the CdLS Foundation while doing it!! 100% of all proceeds from the One Love One Heart 5K and the Atlanta United Silent Auction go to the CdLS Foundation.
2, TWO, 2 Sets of these! -- CHANCE to WIN a 4 Ticket Pack to a 2019 Season HOME game of your choosing !! Seats TBD.
Atlanta United Goodie Bag along with a Kevin Kratz signed mini ball !
Parking is available in the paved parking lot on Scott Circle side of Medlock Park.
Information also available at:
Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) is a genetic disorder present from birth, but not always diagnosed at birth. It causes a range of physical, cognitive and medical challenges and affects both genders equally. CdLS does not discriminate—it’s seen in all races and ethnic backgrounds. The occurrence of CdLS is estimated to be 1 in 10,000 live births.
Through a variety of research programs and activities, the CdLS Foundation plays a major role in advancing clinical and basic scientific knowledge about the syndrome.
The CdLS Foundation is a national non profit organization that supports all people with CdLS as well as their families.