Team Mission Ragnar 2019
Run for recovery with Team Mission for the Ragnar Northwest Passage Relay, July 12-13, 2019.
At the Mission, we’ve found together we can go farther — with life-changing team running experiences for community volunteers with men and women in recovery from addiction and homelessness.
This 200-mile, overnight relay race is Team Mission's signature fundraising event. Running through some of the most beautiful scenery in North America, you'll start near the Canadian border and finish in Langley on Whidbey Island, all while raising support for Seattle's Union Gospel Mission!
Each team of 12 can be made up of your family, friends, or others from your corporation, church, or small group – joined by runners in recovery.
Run for recovery
Join a Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission Ragnar team and fundraiser, and you'll help fight homelessness and addiction while raising awareness of the Mission with your friends, neighbors, and community.
Each team will have a goal to raise $10,000 for the Mission. We'll make it easy and fun with a simple peer-to-peer fundraising platform – as well as the professional guidance of an outstanding fundraising support team. In addition to fundraising goals, each participant is responsible for a fee of $250 which covers all team supplies and transportation costs.
- 16-week training plan (includes weekly training, running clinics, personal coaching, and other fun pre-race events)
- Team Mission jersey
- Swag bag (includes nutritional items and running gear discounts)
- Ragnar Kickoff Day (team awards, guest speaker, and training run)
- Personal peer-to-peer fundraising page
- Water & snacks for the event
- Event transportation
- Post-event BBQ
It’s a team experience you won’t soon forget
“It’s helped in my recovery more ways than I can explain. The biggest has been in teaching me the value of community and how we need each other to grow closer to God and our goals.” – Laura, Mission Graduate
“It’s always such an enriching and rewarding experience to push yourself just a bit for a good cause, all while cheering on those around you and being lifted by their cheers in return! Also – joining others to run at midnight by the light of the moon and headlamp during Ragnar is way too cool!” – Randy, Community Volunteer
“It only enhances my recovery because it showed me that with big goals I can accomplish them!” – Felicia, Mission Graduate
To learn more, get in touch with Scott — firstname.lastname@example.org.