Train With PCRM and Everybody Wins!
After completing the VegRUN registration with a donation of $50, you will immediately gain access to the VegRUN site to view the week-by-week training schedule breakdown, the comprehensive list of training tips, and plant-based recipes. You will also have access to:
Registration also includes a personal donation page where you can help raise additional money for PCRM's programs. You will be directed to a form where you can enter some basic information and upload an picture. Your donation and donations from friends and family will help PCRM continue our lifesaving work while helping you kick start your training efforts!
To access all aspects of the program, we are asking for a $50 donation. Also, we would like each runner to set a goal of raising an additional $500 or more. We have listed the various incentives and welcome a personal donation to reach your goal. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
$50: Registration Fee
To view the VegRUN incentives, select one of the other donation levels.
Your efforts to raise funds to support PCRM can earn you the following VegRUN incentives:
$200: Technical VegRUN t-shirt
$500: Vega sports nutrition basket donated by coach Brendan Brazier, includes Vega nutrition bar, meal optimizer powder, and a signed book (limited to six winners)
$650: Coach Lani Muelrath's 10-week motivational audio program Boot Camp Mind (limited to six winners)
$800: Brooks running shoes and a signed copy of Eat & Run by author and coach Scott Jurek (limited to two males and two females)
$1,000: A set of signed books from PCRM president Neal Barnard
$2,500: Prerace snack pack to arrive at your door before your big race
$5,000: PCRM President's Circle membership and three signed books from VegRUN coaches
$10,000: Admission to PCRM's three-day live Kickstart Intensive program in Washington, D.C.
Top Fundraiser (more than $5,000): Five days of Thrive Direct Foods donated by Brendan Brazier sent to your home (limited to delivery in the United States) and your race picture and racing story featured in Good Medicine, PCRM's quarterly journal