Let’s run for a cause at Monolith Fun Run

 

Monolith Fun Run poster

Monolith Fun Run is a fundraising event of Monolith Construction and Development Corporation that will be held on April 27, 2013, 5:00am at the SM Mall of Asia grounds.

The said fun run’s theme is “Rebuild, Restore, Rehabilitate and Reconstruct TACLOBAN”, as they are aiming to raise funds to build classrooms and other structures that was being destroyed by typhoon Yolanda last year.

Race Categories/fees: 

  • 10k (gunstart: 5:30 am) – P600 (Race bib, Singlet, Medal after the race)
  • 5k (gunstart: 5:45 am) – P500 (Race bib, Singlet, Medal after the race)
  • 3k (gunstart: 6:00 am) – P400 (Race bib, Singlet, Medal after the race)

Registration sites:

  • Mizuno Mall of Asia (MOA)
  • Mizuno Trinoma
  • Mizuno Robinson’s Trinoma
  • *more to come soon!

Organizer:

Pinoy Aspiring Runners (PAR) headed by Andrew Gacayan

Singlet Design:

singlet design - monolith fun run
Presenting the singlet for the upcoming Monolith Fun Run
singlet design - monolith fun run
Closer look at the singlet design

 

 

About Monolith Construction: 

Monolith Construction & Development Corporation is one of the biggest construction firms in the country that is known for the constructions on commercial/residential/office buildings, residential properties, hotel buildings, malls and many more.

This is now Monolith’s second charity fun run. Their first charity fun run is being held last May 2012 and they had a simple  3k and 5k race that is exclusive to all its employees, in which they generated P500,000.00 to be donated to the SM foundation for the construction of classrooms in San Pablo, Laguna.

For more information about the upcoming fun run, visit the Monolith Fun Run Facebook page and www.MonolithConstruction.com.ph for more details.

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