A Voice for David 5k
June 15, 2014 – Sunday
Click here to read about A Voice for David
7:30am- Registration opens
8:30am- Race start
Register online – click here (Weekend races close online registration the Thursday before the race at noon)
Register by mail – universal entry form (A Voice for David 5k, c/o Races2Run, PO Box 24, Montchanin, DE 19710). Make checks payable to Victims’ Voices Heard, Inc..
Register at Delaware Running Company – cash only by the Thursday before the race at noon. Located in Greenville Crossing.
Entry fee- $20 pre-registration (until the Thursday before the race at Noon) / $25 after and day of event
815 Justison St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
Victims Voices Heard (click to make a donation)
Click HERE for sponsorship opportunities
If you want to have a sponsor exhibit table for $50 email email@example.com. Make checks payable to Victims Voices Heard. Send to Barb at Races2Run, P.O. Box 24, Montchanin DE 19710.
USATF Certified course that starts and finishes at Dravo Plaza. Flat & fast!
-Tee shirts to the first 200 registered participants
-Post race refreshments
-50/50 raffle tickets & silent auction (raffle includes a Murano Glass Necklace & Earring Set)
-Overall male/female winners
-Awards to top 3 male/female in 10 year age groups 13 & under through 70 & over
-Awards to top 3 male/female walkers
NOVA Timing Systems will chip time using the MYLAPS BibTag Timing System
Click HERE for race results. They will be posted online during the race and complete results will be posted once the race is complete.
Click HERE for race photos. They will be posted online later after the race.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
On December 30 my husband and I were sitting together watching the Eagles football game when the call came that would ultimately change our lives forever. Our son David was shot three times and he had died; the day before his 24th birthday. Do we yell or scream, which direction do we go, how do we stand up or sit down, who do we call, how do we tell David’s siblings, and what do we tell his grandparents? We had so many questions with no directions and clearly no answers. We were on a plane the next morning and landed in Fort Myers to bring our eldest son home. We visited his apartment where he was killed. Our birthday card that he received on December 30th was on his refrigerator. We came home a week later with our son to begin making funeral arrangements for a young man that had so much life to live. A year has passed and we still have no closure. We continue to work with police to find the person who murdered our son. Several months ago I had to opportunity to talk to Kim Book who is the Executive Director for Victims’ Voices Heard, Inc., a non-profit established in 2002 in an effort to help restore victims’ lives and end repeated violence in Delaware. Victims Voices Heard provides services to victims / survivors of crime as well as teaching victim empathy to incarcerated offenders in six correctional facilities in the state in an effort to reduce recidivism. www.victimsvoicesheard.org. My family wants to honor David’s life by working to help end the violence that took his life. We can think of no better way to do that then to hold an event each year in his memory and donate the proceeds to Victims Voices Heard to create positive alternatives for youth in the city of Wilmington. On June 15, 2014 my family and Victims Voices Heard VVH will hold a 5K in memory of our son David; “A Voice for David” The David Lau Project, in the fight against gun violence and we are asking you to join us. I am very happy we connected and hope you find it in your heart to connect with our story and support the 5K in memory of our son David!
Sanctioned by USA Track & Field