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Circle City Donut Dash 5K “dashing ahead” to benefit Local Teachers

Yay, make some noise!

The SIXTH annual Circle City Donut Dash 5K is “on the run”– moving past COVID and now, moving forward.

Margaret Sheehan, Executive Director Teachers Treasures, tells us about the event that helps support teachers and local schools in getting them the supples they need.

Here’s more:

In past years, Teachers’ Treasures has been able to distribute as much as $5 million in free school supplies, in part due to the proceeds from the Donut Dash.
This year’s race will be a bit different with COVID-19 prevention requirements. The number of runners will be limited to 500 and a virtual option is available. As in years past, the 5K will continue to include two options: a main race, featuring a halfway point challenge where participants attempt to eat a dozen donut holes, and a non-donut-challenge race, where participants can enjoy the donuts afterward. Another change to the 2021 event is that the after-party, which offers coffee-infused beer and bloody Mary’s, not to mention donuts and Hot Box Pizza, will be moving to Fowling Warehouse, a 50,000-square-foot event venue just blocks from Teachers’ Treasures.

Jack’s Donuts Downtown will be supplying the donuts consumed during the event. Sun King Brewery and Tito’s Handmade Vodka will be offering participants one complimentary pint of coffee-infused beer or bloody Mary’s, respectively, at the after party at Fowling.
Event Information
WHAT: Circle City Donut Dash 5K (https://circlecitydonutdash5k.itsyourrace.com/event)
WHO: Teachers’ Treasures along with Indy-based presenting sponsor, American College of Education.
WHEN: March 20, 2021; Race start is 9:00 a.m.
WHERE: Teachers’ Treasures (1800 E. 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46201)
AFTER PARTY RSVP’s REQUIRED: Fowling Warehouse, 1125 E Brookside Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202

About Teachers’ Treasures
Teachers’ Treasures is a not-for-profit that obtains and distributes school supplies free to teachers of students in need. Every day at public, private, charter, and parochial schools located throughout Marion County, children of all ages attend class without the most basic supplies they need to get a good education. Dedicated teachers are often willing to pay for these much-needed supplies out of their own pockets to make sure the kids in their classrooms have the necessary tools to learn. On average, teachers spend $800-$1200 a year on school supplies for their students.
About American College of Education
ACE is an accredited, completely online college specializing in affordable programs in education, leadership, business, healthcare and nursing. Headquartered in Indianapolis, ACE offers more than 50 programs for adult students to pursue a doctorate, master’s or bachelor’s degree, along with micro-credentials and graduate-level certificate programs. In addition to being a leader in online education, ACE is a Certified B Corporation. For more information, visit ace.edu.

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