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BBGV 14th Annual Fun Run For Charity

BBGV Annual Fun Run for Charity is an event which allows you to have fun with your fellow co-workers, friends and family but also participate in something which raises money for disadvantaged people throughout Vietnam.

Importantly, please help us raise money for charities. Over the years we have been able to support many such as: Anh Duong Community Development and Support Centre, Christina Noble Children's Foundation, Saigon Children's Charity, Operation Smile, Thiện Chí Community Support and Development Centre, Hue Help and many more needy charities.

Since the first Fun Run in 2000 the BBGV has raised almost 7 billion VND to benefit charities in Vietnam with 55,000 people taking part. This year we hope to expect around 9,000 runners. There will be entertainment on the day and prizes for the winners of the 4km run:

Running Route: Tan Trao - Tan Phu - Street No. 32 - Nguyen Luong Bang -Tan Trao. Please be noted that the Running Route is changed, please click here to see the new one.

Team and Individuals registration from 8th September 2014! Don’t miss out.

 

Sunday, 28 September

7:00am - 10:30am

Tân Trào Street, Phu My Hung, D7, Ho Chi Minh City

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