2020 Fun Bun Run Results

Our 9th annual race was run vitually Sept 20-30, 2020. Thanks to our many friends and supporters in the Fox Valey and around the country who particpated this year to raise money to provide education to poor children in Haiti.

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Virtual Participants
Top Placers

The results shown are from racers who submitted their times out more than 110 participants

CategoryTop Racers
14 under Addie Osborne
15-19Lisa Weickert
20-24Delaney Danielski
25-29Jeff Jones
30-34Dan Jones
35-30Eric Simaga
40-44David Osborne/Amy McTeague
45-49Beth Vendetti
50-54Kevin Russell
55-59
60-64Mike Delany/Cheri Ammon
65-69Jan Benson
70+Kevin Fitch/Kathy Abbott
Female Participants Submitted Times

The results shown are from racers who submitted their times out more than 110 participants

Female Bib NumberSubmitted Time
Addie Osborne97834:50
Lisa Weickert99470:16
Delaney Danielski55:01
Michelle Coovert71524:38
Pam Simaga2932:3
Amy McTeague237:2
Beth Vendetti67247:4
Kim Lyonsno official time
Elaine Weickert682no offical time
Cheri Ammon3837:51
Anita Weickert99570:16
Dorothy Jones69352:53
Jan Benson69857:00
Karen Dixno official time
Kathy Abbott 70360:00
Mary Donahue no official time
Male Participants Submitted Times

The results shown are from racers who submitted their times out more than 110 participants

Male Bib NumberSubmitted Time
Jeff Jones024:12
Dan Jones69127:20
Eric Simaga2835:14
Shawn Clancy99735:42
Steve Bertuglia145634:09
David Osborne69420:49
Kevin Russell126:38
Chris Weickert1497no official time
Mike Delany71224:11
Michael Weickert99670:16
Kevin Fitch2665:00

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Why We Run

For the children in rural Haiti born into poor families, education may be their best hope for a better future. For nine years, Hope for Haitians has sponsored a 5K for Education to provide funds so that these children can participate in education. Funds raised pay for school fees, books, materials and other essentials needed to learn.

Educating Children

The literacy rate in Haiti for those over 15 years of age is 61% and one in four children is not in school. In the rural communities where we work, access to schools can be difficult for children, especially secondary schools. Even when schools are close, fees often prevent students from attending.

Hope for Haitians has provided uniforms, school supplies, transportation, meal programs, and tuition aid to many students. In addition efforts have been made to assist vocational students learning trades that will brighten not only their futures but the future of the villages where they live.

This Year – A School

Working in partnership with another nonprofit serving one of the villages where we work, our goal from this year’s Fun Bun Run is to raise the funds needed to build a school.

All funds above that amount will be used to support education for the children of that village.