February 06, 2020 | Patch.com
All funds raised will benefit those with disabilities in the Burlington County region.
MOORESTOWN, NJ — The 12th annual Cupid Chase 5K race in support of those with disabilities is set for Saturday at Strawbridge Lake in Moorestown. Registration opens at 8 a.m., and the race steps off at 10 a.m.
All funds raised will benefit those with disabilities in the Burlington County region. This is the third time the race will be held at Strawbridge Lake.
It is hosted by Community Options, and will be one of 31 races across nine states. Last year, Community Options said it raised more than $100,000 with over 6,000 runners across the country.
This year, each runner will receive a shirt that says "available" or "unavailable" in accordance with the Valentine's Day theme.
Runners can pre-register at imatter.comop.org/ for $35. The site has a running list of top participants and top teams. You can also donate to support a chaser.