4th Annual TRI to Make a Difference  on August 26, 2017

October 16, 2016

Join Elim Team TRI in supporting Domestic HOPE Packs by participating in the Supersprint at the Chicago Triathlon on August 26, 2017

Register as an individual or recruit your own relay team! Encourage family, friends, and businesses to sponsor you, with proceeds supporting HOPE Packs. Elim’s HOPE Packs program gives adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to assemble school supply kits for disadvantaged children in Chicago. HOPE Packs provides Elim’s adults hard-to-find, meaningful employment and gives them the opportunity to serve others – something that brings them deep joy and fulfillment. The HOPE Packs program also provides needy children with essential classroom supplies, equipping them for success in school.

HOPE Packs is a double blessing! Sign-up today to participate in this impactful event or sponsor another participant! Join as an individual or as a team (2-3 people) for the Super-Sprint Triathlon distance (410-yard swim, 6.2-mile bike, 1.6-mile run). Our goal is to raise funds for 5,000 School Kits ($120,000)!

If you have questions or want to register, contact Dan Vander Plaats at 708-293-6515 or email daniel.vanderplaats@elimcs.org.

Sign up TODAY TRI to Make a Difference!

How do I join Elim Team TRI?

  1. Choose if you want to compete individually or on a relay team. If you choose a relay team, recruit your team members.
  2. Relay teams can consist of either 2 or 3 members. Relay members can NOT be changed following official
  3. Register yourself or your relay team by downloading this form.
  4. Send your completed registration form and payment to Bob Stine.
Donations received by June 30, 2017, go to Domestic HOPE Packs distributed this fall. Donations received after July 1, 2017, go to Domestic HOPE Packs distributed next year in the fall of 2018. Start training and fundraising! Again, if you have questions or want to register, contact Bob Stine at 708-293-2316 or email bstine@elimcs.org.

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