13 2020

JCC 5K 2020 - Virtual

8:30AM - 10:30AM  


Contact Terri Travers
717-236-9555 x3110

No matter where you are, you can join the Harrisburg JCC for it’s first ever virtual run.  Pick your location, put on your shoes and start walking or running.  Go the distance of the 5K or pick a distance that works for you...we will never know!   The event benefits the JCC Sports and Fitness Department and the Josh Klein Bikkur Cholim Fund.

Cost:  $20 per person

All participants registered by August 17 will be guaranteed to receive the official 2020 long sleeve 5k shirt.  All participants will be emailed a finisher’s certificate.

Shirts will be available for pickup at the JCC September 10 and September 11 during regular operating hours.  For those outside the area shirts can be mailed to anywhere in the United States for an additional charge of $5 per person. 

Awards:  In place of traditional awards we will be awarding a total of eight $25 gift cards to stores.  To enter to win a category pictures should be emailed to by September 14 at 9am.  Gift cards will be awarded for the following categories:  

  • Most Spirited Outfit 
  • Best picture of person wearing 2020 5K shirt in the greatest location/background
  • Runner/Walker  from furthest distance away from the JCC.
  • Youngest registered Runner
  • Oldest registered Runner
  • 1 Card Chosen Randomly from all who email their race time
  • 2 Card Chosen Randomly for those who post a picture of their 5K on Facebook and tag Jewishfedhbg or on Instagram and tag Jewishhbg1915


Sponsorships Available

We are currently seeking sponsors at the Silver, Gold and Platinum levels. Sponsors will be listed on the back of the 5K T-shirts.

DUE DATE FOR SPONSORSHIP is: Monday, August 17, 2020.

Sponsor Level:
Silver: $150 -
Name on Race T-Shirt, 2 Race Entries, 2 T-Shirts and name in the Community Review
Gold: $250 - Name on Race T-Shirt, 4 Race Entries, 4 T-Shirts and name in the Community Review
Platinum: $500 - Name on Race T-Shirt, 4 Race Entries, 4 T-Shirts, and name in the Community Review