June 27, 2015
brought to you by 3C Race Productions & Yankee Timing
From event set-up, visitor interaction, registration, parking assistants, vendor check-in, water stations, course monitors, food court servers, welcoming the guests/sponsors, and clean up willing volunteers bring their excitement and enthusiasm to help create an event that will raise funds that will directly benefit local non-profits, enhancing and enriching our community.
By volunteering for the Rocky Point 5k, you’ll participate in an incredible event in our community, make new friends, socialize and have fun! If you’re ready for a one-of-a-kind experience, join us!
We are looking for friendly, helpful, reliable volunteers to help with this exciting Run/Walk. Volunteers 18 and over are welcome. If you have any special needs, or represent a group or individual with special needs please call 401-732-1100. Not all volunteer jobs are appropriate for all people.Apply
Volunteers: Responsible 12 year olds or older. All minors must have an accompanying adult. (All volunteers must sign the waiver)
All volunteers will receive a commemorative t-shirt, while supplies last.
All Sponsors must be confirmed and paid to be included on Race Shirt.
Promotional items are a sponsored opportunity for a complete list email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All displays must meet City and State regulations for licensing and permitting.
All logos and names on the back of the shirts will be printed in the primary even color only.
The Mission of A Wish Come True, Inc. is to grant that one special WISH to children ages 3 through 18 who have a life threatening illness and live in Rhode Island and areas of Southeastern Massachusetts. Founded in Rhode Island in 1982 they are a local organization not associated with any national wish granting group. So all the money raised, stays here to help local children! The average cost of a wish is $5,000- $7,000 so we rely heavily on the generosity of people like you. Thank you for helping our deserving WISH kids.
Goodwill Industries of Rhode Island is one of the oldest, nonprofit vocational evaluation facilities in the country. Their history in Rhode Island dates back to 1863 when several young ladies from the founding families organized to help Civil War veterans.
Over the years the name has changed, but the mission has remained the same – Goodwill Industries of Rhode Island provides training, education, and other services to meet the needs of each individual and employers across the state resulting in employment and expanded economic opportunity for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment in order to enhance their capacity for independent living, increased quality of life and work.
Each year Goodwill Industries of Rhode Island assists approximately 2,000 individuals. Goodwill is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
Helping community health centers better care for patients - the Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) was founded in 2002 to address the legal needs of low-income pediatric patients and their families. The Rhode Island Center for Law and Public Policy (RICLAPP) joined the partnership of Roger Williams School of Law, Brown Medical School, and Hasbro Children's Hospital in May 2011. RICLAPP is proud to serve as the legal partner by providing on-site assistance in the form of consultations, brief advice, and direct legal representation. At Hasbro Children's Hospital’s MLP they have assisted over 715 children and their families with housing, child custody/support, utilities, public benefits, IEPs and more.
MLP's have programs in 235 health institutions in 38 states and have been featured in National Association for Community Health Centers (NACHC) magazine - "Community Health Forum".
Please support our sponsors
Bumper Cars Sponsor
New England Institute of Technology
Water Station Sponsor