Superhero Run for Prevention 5k October 7, 2018

Child Guidance’s 5k Superhero Run for Prevention

 Making healthy choices, one stride at a time.

When: October 7th, 2018

Where: Williamson College of the Trades, 106 S. Middletown Road, Media, PA 19063

What:  Our 6th Annual 5k Run/Walk this year raising awareness and funds to prevent drug and alcohol abuse. Join us for a morning filled with healthy, family friendly fun, a Superhero theme, refreshments and a beautiful 5k course through the lovely closed campus of Williamson College of the Trades in Media. Everyone is welcome, bring your friends, children, and dog(s), too! To view the 5k course map, click here. To view the 1 mile walk map, click here.

Why: To raise awareness and prevent drug and alcohol abuse and to support families struggling with addiction, mental health, and behavioral health needs. Together, we will run toward healthier, happier communities.



You can register for the 5k at Run the Day. They’ll send you all the info you need to prepare for the race! Any additional questions, email Tiiu Lutter at


New this year, we have a prize for the captain of our top fundraising team!! Every dollar makes a difference, and we are thrilled to have you as a partner. You can create a fundraising page (or a team!), set a goal ($50, $100, $500, $1,000, etc.) and send your personal page to friends and families to support your participation in the race AND make a huge difference in the lives of families in the Delaware Valley. You can sign up to create your page on the registration page, click the fundraise button as seen below:


Questions? Email Tiiu at

If you are not ready to make a page, but do want to donate, click the button below. Thank you so much for your support!



Thank you so much to our sponsors:

Vibranium Sponsor:


Gold sponsors:

Silver sponsors:








We are currently seeking community partners for our event! We offer a range of levels. Contact Tiiu Lutter, 484-454-8744 for sponsorship information.

This event is coordinated by Child Guidance Resource Centers and partially funded by the Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health, Division of Drug and Alcohol