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HSC 5K Turkey Trot Run/Walk for Bleeding Disorders

Turkey Trott 2016

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The Turkey Trot is the Chapter’s 5K Walk/Run fundraiser which is held in November during the Thanksgiving holiday season. Hosted by Hemophilia of South Carolina, the Turkey Trot is the Chapter’s largest fundraiser.

Why We Walk/Run?

As you walk/run your giblets off, you will be supporting hundreds of individuals and families in South Carolina affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease (vWD) and other rare bleeding disorders. The proceeds from this event will support the programs and services of Hemophilia of South Carolina which provides direct aid for our community. You will also help us raise needed funds to support our advocacy initiatives and research of the National Hemophilia Foundation. View our First Giving Home Page for additional information.

Harvest Hope Food Bank LogoAs our walk is held during the holiday season, we encourage our runners and volunteers to bring a non-perishable food item to benefit the Harvest Hope Food Bank of Columbia during this season of Thanksgiving. Our past efforts have supported over 50lbs of needed items each year. Thank you! Visit Harvest Hope of Columbia.

2017 Fundraising Goal

Raised $39201
2015 HSC Turkey Trot Logo

Date, Time, Location

November 4, 2017.

Location

Saluda Shoals Park
6071 St. Andrews Rd.
Columbia, SC 29212
(p) 803-731-5208
(w) http://www.icrc.net/saluda-shoals-park

View a map of the walk

Registration

Registration includes t-shirt, walk bag, run/walk medals, refreshments, DJ fun, face painting, awards and costume contests!
Fees
Aduts 18+: $25.00 registration
Children 3-17: $10.00 (w/ paid adult)
Children under 2 walk free!

How to Register

  1. Download the Registration Form
  2. Register Online, Form a team, or Make your own fundraising page here
  3. For helpful tips on how to register, view a guide here

Where to Stay

Come for the weekend and book your stay at our Hosting Hotel.

Hyatt Place Columbia/Harbison

Hyatt Place

Address:
1130 Kinley Road
Irmo, South Carolina, 29063

Phone:
1-803-407-1560

SC Group Rate Here

What’s With The Red Tie Around The Turkey’s Neck?

“The Bleeding Disorders National Symbol”

The color red is a powerful color. It conveys strength, leadership, courage, determination, empathy, and love – qualities that could also be used to describe the bleeding disorders community. For all those affected, growing up with a bleeding disorder can be a very isolating experience because of a common lack of awareness and understanding of the disorder. The RED TIE is designed to start a conversation about inheritable bleeding disorders. The red tie symbolizes the blood ties that bind our community. There are more than 3 million Americans diagnosed with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, or rare factor deficiencies, all of which prevent the blood from clotting normally.

“Turkey Todd” is supporting the community by taking the Red Tie Challenge and running with his red tie on… will you?

Largest Fundraising Team - Team Fleming

Largest Fundraising Team – Team Fleming

The Trot Stuffing

Walk as an individual or form a team. Walk in memory or honor of a loved one.

Be the “Top Fundraising Individual or Team”, become the “Largest Team Walking”. With every step we take, we will make a difference in the lives of those affected by a bleeding disorder! Join us and register today.

Wear your best turkey or team costume and enter our parade costume contest!

Ghost Buster #Hemojis I got your back

Walk Distance

5K (3.1 mile)
Short Track: Less than a mile
Turkey Tailgate Zone: Stick around after the walk and visit our booths and enjoy the park activities and more.
Turkey “Tots” and the young at heart: Costume parade to show off your tail feathers… gobble – gobble- and team costumes!

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2016 Turkey Trot Photos