October 20, 2020

Jingle Bell Walk / Run


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DSC_0750The 2013 Jingle Bell Walk / Run takes place on Sunday December 8th, 7am, at the Holiday Inn Resort Grand Cayman (formerly the Grand Caymanian). 5k (3.1 miles) and 10k (6.2 miles) distances.

This is a major fundraiser for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre and attracts hundreds of participants as the family event of the holiday season. With a protected venue off the main road, all members of the family young and old can safely participate.

Register online and you may be the lucky one who gets their entire entry fee back as a credit towards any future CaymanActive event registration.

Adult entries include a T-Shirt (subject to availability), breakfast with santa and some awesome raffle prizes!

Online Registration: US$25 / Under 12’s FREE. Pay online and your T-shirt will be reserved for you and available on race day.

Offline Registration: Fosters at the Strand, Cost U Less and AL Thompson’s on Saturday 7th December between 9am and 4:30pm.

The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre is about restoring a women’s sense of self-respect. Self-respect is something that everyone faces, so we have designed a challenge to go with the Jingle Bell Walk/Run, called RESPECT ME. Anyone can participate in the challenge, whether or not they are runners or walkers.  We are asking people to get involved by challenging themselves to pledge to do something important – a personal goal based on health, fitness, positive self-image and self-respect.

Individuals will ask others to sponsor them in a personal development goal such as finishing the race, amount of training preparation for the run/walk, giving up French fries, volunteering at the event, or any other activity that will empower them.  These personal goals will not only gather a sense of community but would also increase personal respect and accomplishment.

For more information on sponsoring, volunteering or becoming involved in this event, contact Michelle Wouda at [email protected]




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