4K 4CHARITY VIRTUAL RUN
2020 NAB SHOW

April 21 – June 1, 2020

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Thanks to the generosity of sponsors and supporters, the 4K 4Charity Fun Run will forward more than $21,000 in net donations to nonprofit organizations providing COVID-19 relief and programs focused on increasing diversity and inclusion in the techindustry. We are grateful everyone who registered, participated, sponsored, and helped spread the word.

Officially endorsed by NAB Show, 4K 4Charity offers a healthy and fun way to maximize charitable impact with 100% of individual supporters’ registration and donation proceeds benefiting designated nonprofit organizations. Virtual event participants choose from the popular 4K (2.49mile) distance or expanded 8K (4.97 mile) option, complete the route at the their own pace, and share their journey with the online community. Thank you to all our participants and sponsors for your continued commitment.

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If you're interested in becoming a sponsor, contact us at 4K4Charity@elemental.com for more information.

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