Register for 2018 The Race 4 Recovery
Join the Knight Foundation on Sunday, September 16, 2018 for the Race 4 Recovery 5k. This race will be in memory of Trevor J. Knight and was created to help breakdown stigmas, create awareness and provide immediate action to those threatened from addiction and overdose. You can read more about The Knight Foundation at www.TheKnight-Foundation.org.
Race 4 Recovery will be held at the RIO Washington Center; 30 Grand Corner Ave., Gaithersburg, MD 20878. The race will begin promptly at 8:00am. The 5K course is on paved roads and bike paths with a short segment on a wooden boardwalk. Chronotrack timing will be provided by Commonwealth Race Management.
$35 through July 13,
$40 through August 17,
$45 through Race Day (note: online registration will close on Friday, Sept.14 at 8:00 pm)
Youth Registration Fees (Under 18 on race day)
$25 through July 13
$30 through August 17
$40 through Race Day
Packet pick up will be on Saturday, September15 at Fleet Feet - Kentlands (255 Kentlands Blvd, Gaithersburg, MD 20878), from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. You will also be able to pick up your bib on race monring at the race site starting at 6:45 am on the plaza near Uncle Julio's.
Running as a team is a the perfect way to join friends and family in support or memory of a loved one! Select your team name from the drop down menu during the registration process. If you do not see your team name, click "create new" and add your team name. Be sure to tell your family and friends the team name!
Additional donations to the Knight Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, will go directly to our prevention and recovery programs and are fully tax-deductible. Your help and support are greatly appreciated.
All registrants who register before September 1 will be guaranteed a commemorative race shirt. Others will receive a shirt on a first come first serve basis, so register early!
Awards will be given to the top male and female finisher and age group winners.
Proceeds from this event go to immediate action to fight addiction and overdose.
A Message From Kirk Knight, Founder
TheKnight-Foundation was created in honor of my son Trevor J. Knight. He was brilliant, talented, loving, gentle, and had a heart of gold. Trevor battled with addiction for a number of years. Two weeks prior to his 21st birthday, he lost his battle with addiction by a horrific and tragic overdose.
The foundation is committed to honoring my son by helping those who are suffering from addiction. Ultimately, we want to save lives. To accomplish this, we must bring awareness of this epidemic to every corner of the country, teardown stigmas related to addiction, educate the public on what they can do, work towards prevention within the schools/churches/and community, and assist family and friends that have lost loved ones.
Through Gods strength and the support of an extensive network of amazing family and friends, TheKnight-Foundation was founded. TheKnight-Foundation looks forward to working with you to join this fight and be a partner in saving our loved ones from this evil disease.
We can’t bring my son back, but we can change how we move forward.
To find out more about TheKnight-Foundation, and our programs to implement extreme prevention methods, foster a positive support network and help those suffering from addition work towards healthy, productive futures, visit www.TheKnight-Foundation.org.