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  • Support A Charity

  • The Branford Road Race is committed to helping raise awareness and funds for organizations that support the local community and causes close to our hearts. We welcome you to raise or contribute $200 or more to the following organizations to receive a complimentary entry to the 2016 race. Once you have raised $200 or more please email jody@jbsports.com for coupon to register free of charge.

  • Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson’s (CAP)

    CAP offers positive support for people with Parkinson’s disease in Connecticut. Their mission is to expand outreach initiatives for people with Parkinson’s, promote patient group collaboration, offer wellness and educational opportunities, and promote clinical trial participation.

    Parkinson’s Disease is a chronic and progressive movement disorder, affecting nearly one million people in the United States.

    CLICK HERE to hear Ray Figlewski’s story. Ray, race founder and current race president, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2005.

  • Camp Rising Sun

    Camp Rising Sun welcomes any child aged 5-17 who has faced a diagnosis of cancer to a week of fun and friendship. Campers can be in treatment, in remission, or anywhere in between. Camp is held in the beautiful hills of Colebrook, Connecticut at the facilities of Camp Jewell, a YMCA campground. Campers stay in heated cabins with other children in their age group along with a dedicated staff. Thanks to our generous supporters there is no cost to attend camp.

  • The ALS Connecticut Chapter

    The ALS Association Connecticut Chapter support over 300 families per year who are living with this disease. The CT chapter provides vital programs and services including transportation, medical equipment, support groups, and more. The chapter also supports advocacy and research efforts, all directly impacting people living with ALS.

  • Notre Dame High School

    The Notre Dame experience is a strong tradition of brotherhood and pride. Internally, the sense of brotherhood plays out in a school-wide atmosphere of respect for self and others. Externally, the sense of pride is reflected on the sports field (or court, or pool), in the arts, a host of club activities, and through a solid program of community service that reflects the values at the heart of a Notre Dame education.