NO BULLying Run

No Bullying Run Logo for 2017
Run, Walk, Stroll or Roll Against Bullying!  Join us for family friendly activities, raffles and character appearances!
Date: Sunday, June 10, 2018
Register at:  https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/Doylestown/NoBullyRun (Free race shirt with all pre-registrations)
Time: 7:30 am (registration opens) 8:30 am (1 mile fun run) and 9:00 am (5 mile run)
Cost: $10 for 1 mile fun run and $30 for 5 mile run ($25 for teams – minimum of 5 runners)
Registration cost increases by $5 on June 7th
Place: Doylestown Central Park
Questions: call 215-343-6543 or e-mail novainfo@novabucks.org
Download: Event Flyer (pdf – 1.1 MB)

More information:

Last Year’s Results: 5 Mile & 1 Mile Results for 2017
MAP: 5 mile Course Map with Directions
PARKING MAP: Park in Areas Circled in Red

2017 COMCAST NEWSMAKERS INTERVIEW:

Statistics on bullying from the National Education Association reports there are about 160,000 children that miss school every day out of fear of being bullied, 71%  of students report incidents of bullying as a problem at their school, and 43% of youth report that they have experienced some form of cyber bullying in the last year.

In conjunction with the Bucks County community, our goal is to make the NO BULLying Run a premier annual event that raises awareness of the effects and consequences of  bullying.  We believe that in order to end bullying, an entire community must work together towards a solution.

Pictures, Results and Footage from Previous Events

This run features a 1 mile walk/run and 5 mile race at Doylestown’s Central Park.  There are family friendly events, kid friendly activities that promote respect and self-esteem, face painting, moon bounce, karate demonstrations and more.  Following the race, there is an awards ceremony and raffle drawings.

Funds raised helped NOVA continue to raise awareness and educate the community on the effects and consequences of bullying.  Thank you to all our sponsors and participants  for making this run a success!

2016 WNPV LANSDALE RADIO INTERVIEW: