Q: What does a virtual run look like?A: Participants will complete their selected distance on a marked course or treadmill anytime that best suits them during the last week of May – beginning of June. Times or distances do not need to be reported to NACA.
Q: What does the money donated go toward?A: The money goes to NACA’s annual fund which supports general operations. You can also donate a separate amount and designate it to one of several NACA programs that would appreciate your support: Reach UR Life Suicide Prevention, the Wellness Center, Lasting Indigenous Family Enrichment, Pathways, and more – visit our website to learn about NACA’s various programs.
Q: What do I receive if I register for the run?A: Paid registrants (5k and 10k runners) receive a SMPR shirt and participation medal. Walkers in the 2k free family event will enjoy the healthy benefits of their walk/run: an invaluable benefit!
Q: After I register, if I cannot make an additional donation, are there other ways to support NACA?A: Yes! Take a selfie and post why you run, and use the hashtag #NACARun #2022SMPR on your social media channels. Also, make sure to take pictures with your team and tag us @NACA_Flagstaff on Instagram, and @NACAFlagstaff on Facebook!
Q: I am not registered for the run, but still want to support NACA, what can I do?A: We appreciate your support! You can donate to the event by visiting https://nacainc.org/donate/. As always, 100% of all donations go toward NACA’s critical work to support the resiliency of the AI/AN community through meaningful change in the social equity of healthcare.
Q: When does registration close?A: Registration will close Saturday, June 4th.
Q: When will SMPR packets be mailed? A: Virtual participants will be mailed an SMPR packet as soon as registration is complete. In-person participants may pick up their packet from the NACA Wellness Center the day before, or the day of, the run. Packets are expected to be mailed June 4th, at the latest.