7th Annual Transplant Trot - "Running to Celebrate Life"
Canadian Transplant Association
ABOUT THE EVENT
The Canadian Transplant Association (CTA) BC region is holding its 7th annual Transplant Trot (5km run/walk and 1km kids run/walk) on Sunday, April 5th, 2020! The Transplant Trot honours donors, donor families and transplant recipients. This event occurs during National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Month and leads up to Green Shirt Day - The Logan Boulet Effect, on April 7th. Let’s flood the park with green: wear the Transplant Trot tee, the Green Shirt Day tee or any green shirt in your closet! LOCATION / PARKING Burnaby’s Central Park, near Swangard Stadium (same as the 2019 Trot). Parking is available at the Swanguard Stadium Parking Lot near Boundary Road and Kingsway.
PARKING Swanguard Stadium Parking Lot (Boundary Rd/Kingsway)
• Register before March 13th to receive an official Transplant Trot t-shirt.
• Onsite registration for individuals is open until 9:30am (no t-shirt).
• Teams must pre-register online!
$35 – Single Registration, $20 – Children 4-12, Free – Children under 3 (no t-shirt) $10 – Transplant Recipients and Donors $25 per person – Team Registration (of at least 4).
PRE-RACE KIT PICK-UP
April 4, 2020 9am-12pm 301 – 4501 Kingsway, Burnaby
The first Transplant Trot was held by the CTA in New Brunswick, but it has since expanded across Canada. Check out the Transplant Trot website to see a list of events. We hope even more cities will host their own Transplant Trots in the future! To get involved or host a Trot in your own city, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unable to participate in the Transplant Trot but wish to get involved in organ donation, please Donate using this or visit our website page for more information.
ABOUT THE CTA
The Canadian Transplant Association, founded 1987, is a charitable organization comprised of transplant recipients, donors, athletes, and volunteers dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyle post transplant and organ donation awareness through public advocacy and events, including the Canadian Transplant Games and World Transplant Games.