Holderness Ready to Run Virtual 5K to Crush COVID-19

Andrew Herring
Holderness School will participate in a virtual 5K on April 10th to help unlock funds to fight COVID-19.
Holderness School is joining Positive Tracks to support COVID-19 response efforts. Positive Tracks is a non-profit with an important mission -- they empower young people to change the world through the power of physical activity and sport.
If you run, walk, or jog the Crush COVID-19 Virtual 5K, Positive Tracks will donate $10 on your behalf to the National COVID-19 Response Fund at the Center for Disaster Philanthropy. 
To join Holderness School in the Crush COVID-19 Virtual 5K, register at

Many thanks to Liz Gray P ’17 ’20 and Emery ’17 and Seth ’20 for rallying the Holderness community for such an important cause.

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