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. Times and distances can be emailed to email@example.com or participants can take a picture and tag us on social media.
Q: What does the money donated go toward?A: The money goes to NACA’s annual fund which supports general operations and events, like the SMPR. 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 an SMPR shirt. 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 #2023SMPR 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 the day of the run.
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.