The Philly 10K Is Sold Out, But You Can Still Get a Bib — Here’s How 

If you have FOMO, rest assured: There's still one way to get a bib for the race.

The Philly 10K 2016 | Photo by Matt Stanley

The Philly 10K 2016 | Photo by Matt Stanley

If you already have FOMO after you failed to get your butt in gear and snag a spot in the Philly 10K, good news: You can still get a bib through one of the race’s charity partners.

The Philly 10K just announced their charity partners for this year’s race this afternoon. The list looks like this: American Cancer Society DetermiNation Program, Back on My Feet Philadelphia, Desmoid Tumor Research Foundation, East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association, Girls on the Run, Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations, Philadelphia READS, Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House, Philly Girls in Motion, and Students Run Philly Style.

If you’re interesting in running the August 28th race (it ends with Federal Donuts-topped Shake Shack custard AND beer, so how could you not be?), hop on over to the Philly 10K’s website and reach out to the charity you’re interesting in racing for; they’ll provide you with everything you need to know to get your hands on a charity bib, including fundraising details.

Now what are you waiting for? Hop to it!

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