RUN or WALK YOUR 5K / 10K / Half ANYTIME & ANYWHERE
Watching the absolute devastation to The Bush in Australia and the current estimated wildlife loss of more than 800,000 lives we can't just sit by and do nothing so we're going to run and walk to save lives!!!
Badass Running Company is giving back with this virtual race where every registration provides a donation of $5 to the late Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital who has already treated 90,000 animals!
The Spectacular Custom 4 Inch Koala Medal With Custom Ribbon (pictured) is a true declaration that you support saving animals from the greatest wildlife loss Australia has ever known.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN A VIRTUAL RACE:
(These Steps are Optional but Encouraged)
1. Simply download the Strava App on your iPhone or Android Phone, join the Badass Running Company “Club” (CLICK HERE) and click “I’m Going” to the "RUN For Australia" Event
2. Using Strava Run or Walk for 3.1 miles (5K) anytime and anywhere.
3. Save your Activity Title as "Run For Australia" and get massive Kudos for your effort from us and others in our Strava Badass Running Club Community.
(Don't Worry! If you decide not to join our Strava Club we will still be mailing you your spectacular finisher's medal!)
Run For Australia Runners & Walkers Will Receive:
* A beautiful full color oversized 4" finisher medal (as pictured above) with Custom Ribbon. (mailed to your registration address)
* A warm and fuzzy feeling that your registration has directly helped provide a donation which will directly go towards saving animals rescued from the Bush Fires.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:
Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospitals (Wildlife Warriors)
It all began with Steve Irwin's mother, Lyn Irwin. A pioneer in wildlife care and rehabilitation whose dream was to build a facility that could take care of wildlife in need. In her memory, Steve and Terri renovated a small avocado packing shed into a functioning wildlife hospital. Many years later, this facility has increased to the largest wildlife care facility in Australia. They have currently admitted over 90,000 animals... with this crisis that number will increase dramatically. Thank you for being a lifeline for animals in need!