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A letter from The Foundation of Blue Ridge Orthopaedics:
To our dearest community non-profits and race supporters.
We are not holding a race this year, and will not be holding an appreciation celebration in 2020 either. And, due to Covid-19, we had to cancel our spring non-profit summit as well. We hope to reinstate all of these events next year.
You are welcome to submit applications if you have them already completed, but note they are not on a first come first serve basis, so there is no rush. That email would be firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Covid-19 has really taken a hit on small businesses across the world. We are fortunate that our practices are still serving patients and we are recovering from the surgery moratorium earlier this year. Thank you to our patients who we continue to serve!
But, our resources and our budgets have been affected. Due to the ever present threat of Covid, we decided a couple of months ago that a race would not be possible this year.
Thank you for your continued support. We are thrilled that our Foundation has gained visibility in these communities that we hold dear. We look forward to serving your non-profits again soon.
Receive our e-newsletters by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/BlueRidgeFoundation.
Questions should be directed to race director Jill Smith at email@example.com. Information about the event may be found at www.bodiesinmotionrace.com.
With an emphasis on fun and community, the event includes a children’s activity zone, a surprise emcee and aerobic race warm-up led by a guest professional instructor. Last year’s event raised $55,000 for community non-profits.
To date, the Bodies in Motion races have raised approximately $270,000 for local organizations that contribute to the common good.