Lots of Fun and No Rain!

Winners Posted Here

Run to the River 2017 happened in grand style! The rain held off and we had a great event. Hosted by Stone Brewing, and supported by numerous sponsors, lead by Artisan Hill, our 2017 race was a big hit with all who participated! The Winners’ List

A huge thank you to all our generous sponsors,  race partners, volunteers, runners and attendees, including the kids, who provided a big chunk of Halloween fun, in their costumes.

Be a Part of the Change in East Richmond!

Sponsor Recognition

Download Sponsorship Brochure here.

We recognize our sponsors in a variety of ways, including on our website, on banners, at the Center, on promotional materials, and more, depending on the sponsorship level. Our race appeals to people from all walks of life, but our core running participants are in the 30-46 age bracket, are highly active sports enthusiasts, are technically savvy, and represent a financially healthy demographic.

To learn more about the NRC or the race, please visit our website: nrccafe.org or call us at 804-864-5797. We would also be happy to give you a tour of the center at your convenience.

We hope you will consider supporting the mission of the Neighborhood Resource Center to revitalize the Greater Fulton area by taking advantage of this unique sponsorship opportunity.

To Benefit The Neighborhood Resource Center of Greater Fulton

The Neighborhood Resource Center of Greater Fulton is a grassroots, 501(3)c non-profit educational and cultural center in Richmond’s east end.

NRC Fulton provides quality programs for families with very limited means including:
• a sliding-scale Montessori Preschool
• after school tutoring
• summer camp programs
• art and music programs
• healthy cooking and nutrition programs
• an organic garden
• GED classes, job search, and financial literacy resources for adults

Sponsorship Opportunities

Download Sponsorship Brochure here.

We are currently seeking sponsors for our primary fundraising event, Run-to-the-River, an 8K race on October 29, 2017. Runners will tackle three challenging hills, race through historic neighborhoods over cobblestone streets, and dash along the scenic banks of the James River. The event will also include a Pre-Race Spaghetti Dinner on Friday Sept 27th,, the Fun-Run Mile, and a Post-Race party at Stone Brewing with a Halloween theme! All proceeds from the race benefit the Neighborhood Resource Center.