This event is the largest sporting participatory event held on Long Island and a lot of fun!
We need hundreds of volunteers in order for it to be successful. Volunteers are needed from 11:00 AM on to help set-up, with things really starting to pick up by 4:00 PM.
We know that you might want to participate with your company, so why not bring a spouse, parent, child or friend to volunteer.
It’s a great opportunity to earn community service hours for school!
Available Volunteer Assignments
- Goody Bags (starting at 11:00 AM)
- T-Shirts (starting at 4:00 PM and continuing until 8:45 PM)
- Ice Bag Packing (4:00 PM on. You can pack ice and run!)
- Start and Finish line water (5:00 PM on)
- Refreshments (5:00 PM on)
- Water Stops (5:00 PM on)
- Event Clean-Up (8:30 PM on)
The event starts at 7:00 PM but there is an enormous amount of work to do prior to the start.
IT’S A FUN EVENT SO COME EARLY AND STAY LATE!
Interested in a volunteer opportunity?
Please email Sue Fitzpatrick, Coordinator of Volunteers, at FASTFEETSUE @ AOL.COM and let her know your preference! You will be contacted with specifics about your assignment the week before the event via email.
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NOTE: A company must be registered in order for their name to appear on the drop down list. Please check with your team captain if you do not see your company listed.
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The notion of Long Island’s largest companies coming together to support this charity-driven program with ten thousand participants is awe-inspiring.
Denise M. Landolfi Director Corporate Services Group - Creative Services - NFP Corp.
The Marcum Workplace Challenge had a very positive impact creating great camaraderie amongst the Broadridge Team.
The race was a great opportunity to spend time with my co-workers and to meet new Broadridge associates I normally would not have met. It’s a very fun night that definitely helps camaraderie and inspires healthy competition amongst friends.