Moms Day 5K - Run/Walk - Zoo Miami
Sunday, May 12, 2013 from 8:15 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Plan Ahead Events Greater Miami is pleased to present the Mom’s Day 5K Run/Walk at Zoo Miami on Mother’s Day: Sunday May 12, 2013. Onsite registration will be available between 7:00 AM and 8:00 AM with the run/walk starting promptly at 8:15 AM. The competitive yet fun and family friendly event is geared towards raising awareness and funds for the Zoo Miami Conservation Fund. The certified and timed race allows you to run, jog or walk among the many wonderful animals and plants found throughout Zoo Miami. In addition, your registration fee includes admission to the zoo as well as lots of exciting post race activities you won’t want to miss. There will be an awards ceremony for top race performers for age groups, music, snacks, activities for kids, and a special tribute to all moms.
Plan Ahead Events - Greater Miami is excited to have Zoo Miami Conservation Fund as our beneficiary. A portion of your registration fees go directly to this cause.
Zoo Miami's commitment to worldwide conservation efforts serves as the cornerstone of our mission to encourage an appreciation for the world's wildlife and to help conserve it for future generations. From significant research and special studies being conducted right here in South Florida to field conservation efforts in some of the most remote and exotic places on earth, Zoo Miami, a fully accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) , is recognized as a leader in the fight to preserve some of the world's most endangered animals and ecosystems.
Many of Zoo Miami conservation and research efforts are spearheaded by the Zoo's own dedicated professionals. In other cases, the Zoo directly supports programs around the globe led by world-renowned conservation organizations and conservation experts. In all cases, we form critical partnerships with other scientists, conservationists and governmental and non-governmental organizations to help save the endangered plants, animals and ecosystems of the world.