>Early-bird rates are available through April 30. $25/adult, $15/youth.
>Regular rates are $35/Adult, $25/Youth
>Same day registration is available at the race site, starting at 7:30 am – $40/Adult, $30/Youth
>Sunday, June 2, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm @ Grace Church (9301 Eden Prairie Road)
>Friday, June 9, 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm @ Eden Prairie Housing & Community Services (Lower level of EP Mall)
>Race Day starting at 7:30 am
Each participant will receive a dry-fit t-shirt and the first 500 people to sign-up will receive a free gift.
Post-race food and beverages will be provided, along with free chair massages and entertaining live music. Anti-trafficking organizations will have informational booths set-up.
Interested in helping us raise additional funds?
Share this link, www.atgrace.com/STT5K, and invite family and friends to sponsor your run. All donations will go to anti-trafficking organizations.
is a collaborative, community- wide event to raise awareness about human trafficking. A team comprised of representatives from local churches, businesses and the City of Eden Prairie’s Human Rights and Diversity Commission are working together to plan this event in cooperation with local anti-trafficking organizations.
Human Trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery where people profit from the control and exploitation of others. It is considered to be one of the fastest growing criminal industries in the world.
Our cities are personally affected by human trafficking including the sexual exploitation of children. The average age a child enters prostitution in the United States is 12- 14 years old and at least 100,000 children are exploited every year within our borders. In 2003, the FBI identified Minneapolis as one of 13 cities with a large concentration of child prostitution enterprises.
Our goal through this 5k walk/run is to join together as a community, raise awareness and engage in the fight to Stop the Trafficking. All proceeds from the race will be designated towards organizations working to help sexually exploited youth in our surrounding communities.
(Sources: 1 abolitioninternational.org; 2 FBI Minneapolis Division)