Join Project M-PACT for the Run for Mercy 5K on 6/12

Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital will host the inaugural Run for Mercy 5K on Sunday, June 12, and Project M-PACT invites you to join us! All proceeds from the event will support the Mercy Care team and their work to provide health care services to the poor and marginalized.

As Atlanta’s first hospital sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital has a wonderful heritage of providing compassionate, clinically excellent health care. Through primary care, pediatrics, dental, vision, health education, behavioral health, and HIV integrated treatments, Mercy Care gives dignity and an identity to its clients.

The Run for Mercy 5K sponsorship packet includes a letter outlining the details, a description of the different sponsorship levels (ranging from $200 – $1,500), and a Sponsorship Commitment Form. Please share the packet with any connections who might be interested in sponsoring. We need your help in reaching our goal of raising $20,000!

Sponsors can submit all information and payments via online registration. For additional information, please contact Ansley (Black) Thompson. We appreciate your help in making this event a great success, and we hope to see you there!

 

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