Join our inaugural debut in the Numbers for Nonprofits Program on Sunday, August 19, to run the 2018 New Balance Falmouth Road Race and its iconic 7-mile seaside course. Members of our team run to raise funds for the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance which will continue to fuel our work advocating for fishing families and healthy oceans on Cape Cod.
The Fishermen’s Alliance has 8 bibs available for the race. You MUST complete an application prior to becoming a member of the Fishermen’s Alliance team. The fundraising goal for this year’s race is set at $25,000. Selected runners will be asked to raise a minimum of $1,250 for the Fishermen’s Alliance and will be fully supported by our dedicated fundraising staff!
Once the Fishermen’s Alliance has accepted your application, you may begin setting up your online fundraising page at Everyday Hero. It is a free and user-friendly webpage that tracks your fundraising progress while recording all the donations that are raised. You can link it easily through your Facebook and Twitter accounts.
About the Race:
www.falmouthroadrace.com The great American road race! More than 11,000 runners will gather in Woods Hole for this seven mile road race – start on Water Street and finish at the beach in Falmouth Heights.
The Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance is fishermen, community members, public officials and scientists working together to build creative strategies, advocate for improved marine policies, protect the ocean ecosystem, and ensure the viability and future of Cape Cod’s fisheries.
If you cannot participate but would like to support the Fishermen’s Alliance and the communities it serves, please make a secure online donation here.
Donating to one of our runners? Support their efforts here.
Individuals with disabilities who need a special accommodation to participate in a Fishermen’s Alliance program, service, or activity, should call the ADA/504 Coordinator Melissa Sanderson at (508) 945-2432 x103 or the Massachusetts Relay Service at 7-1-1 or 1-800-439-2370 at least two working days in advance.
Reasonable accommodations may include, but are not limited to, interpreters, assistive listening devices, accessible seating or documentation in an alternate format.