Run for the Anti-Racist World – Budapest – 2018.

Step-by-Step for your Community!

This year will host the Maccabi Sports Club  – the Maccabi VÁC Fun Run and Community charity running events in Budapest.  This will be the 8th occasion  in the  Jewish Quarter to run on Sunday, June, 10., This event is in parallel with the Judafest. The running event has grown into a global event, and this year will be held in 25 countries.

Participating runners can support as they fill out the form at register entry and name the registered organization within their entry fees.

The organizers hope that this year the number of applicants exceeds 500 people. There are many surprises and new social experience awaits the folks and family with members on the run. Information and additional information about the registration visit Maccabi webpage,  MaccabiChai_Android  mobil application (Maccabi Chai is the ultimate sport and social networking application of the international Jewish community) and the Maccabi VAC facebook.

Registration and start off at the Playground on the corner of Király and Kazinczy Street. (District, VII., Budapest)

For sports enthusiasts, it is recommend a 5 to 10 km distance starting at 10 a.m. The organizers recommend a 1 km distance for enthusiastic hobby athletes and families at noontime.
The running race begins with the sound of the saltfree, and each runner arriving receives a special gold, silver or bronze medal in the neck as recognition for its participation and performance. If you cannot make it to struggle or to walk the distance of 1 km or  simply can not make it to the run,  and you may want to call and wish to give charitable support to the Jewish community, it can be arranged through the registration website. One of the most important of the Jewish values is “Tikun Olam” – in Hebrew, meaning “Rejuvenating the World” – which in practice implies encouraging initiatives that go beyond the interests of the Jewish community and help society as a whole.

This is a social event where a wide variety of Jewish and non-Jewish organizations participate in the Maccabi Fun Run.

Update Aggie Reiter

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