JOIN OUR TEAM!
Guarantee your spot in the 2017 Bank of America Chicago Marathon by running in support of the Opportunity Knocks Warriors. Runners who register during the non-guaranteed application window will be responsible for fundraising a minimum of $1,000 (marathon entry will be reimbursed to you when the minimum of $1,000 is achieved!) Runners who register after the drawing will be responsible for fundraising $1,500.
STEP 1: Register for the Chicago Marathon
Register to run the Bank of American Chicago Marathon with Opportunity Knocks on the Charity Application page. All runners must pay their $195 entry fee. Once you reach your fundraising minimum Opportunity Knocks will refund your entry fee!
STEP 3: Create Fundraising Page
Create your personal fundraising page through Kindful!
Already have a 2017 guaranteed entry?
You can still fundraise for Opportunity Knocks and be eligible for entry reimbursement with a $1,000 fundraising minimum and all the perks!!
For running with Team Opportunity Knocks, you will receive a Warrior Wellness shirt, Walk to Run Club with the Warriors from May to September in 2017, a personal fundraising webpage with tips on how to fundraise, registration fee reimbursement for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon with $1,000 fundraising minimum, and free entry into the Warrior Mile virtual fun run in summer 2017!
Please contact Jeni Pierce with any questions at email@example.com or at (616) 283-8433.
Non Guaranteed Entry Application Period
November 1 – November 29
Opportunity Knocks Runners who register through the charity process during the non-guaranteed application window will be responsible for fundraising a minimum of $1,000
December 13, 2016
Team OK Late Registration Period
December 14, 2016 – January 18, 2017
Opportunity Knocks Runners who register through the charity process after the drawing will be responsible for fundraising a minimum of $1,500
Bank of America Chicago Marathon
Sunday, October 8, 2017
November 8, 2017
SUPPORT THE WARRIORS
Opportunity Knocks is an Illinois 501c.3 non-profit organization that serves young people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) through social, recreational and life-skills programming.
The people we serve are Warriors and it is our belief that their place in the community is both valuable and necessary. We envision a community where individuals with developmental disabilities have an active and supported presence.
Our socially interactive programming places consistent emphasis on the value of self-advocacy and community integration. The goal is to provide opportunities for self-enrichment in the life of the Warrior, in turn giving the Warrior an opportunity to enrich the community.