Join us for the Fourth Annual Run For A Child 5K and 10K Event
9:00am | August 13, 2016 | Riverbend Park | Old Mill District, Bend
The 5K and 10K “Run for A Child” was conceived with the idea of creating a “Central Oregon Shriners Day” where families could come, participate in a run/walk for an outstanding cause, and then enjoy a BBQ hosted by the Central Oregon Shriner Club. Booths from our sponsors will be set up, along with kid’s activities, prizes and a silent auction to round out a complete morning of family fun.
Shriners Hospitals for Children® provide care for Orthopaedic Conditions | Burns | Spinal Cord Injuries | Cleft Lip and Palate
Children up to age 18 are eligible for care at Shriners Hospitals for Children® if, after examination by a Shriners Hospitals for Children® physician, there is a reasonable possibility they can benefit from the specialized services available. Acceptance as a patient is based solely on the child’s medical needs. Care is provided regardless of the patients’ ability to pay.
New Patient Referral /Partnership with Mosaic Medical Clinics
COSC has entered into a partnership with Mosaic Medical to be our primary referring agency for children in Central Oregon. If you have a child or know a child who might be eligible to receive care and doesn’t have a primary physician, they can contact Mosaic and make an appointment. Mosaic Medical will see the child and make the referral. Mosaic Medical, is a non-profit organization and has clinics throughout Central Oregon. They are very excited to be able to offer the Shriners Hospital for Children® assistance to our local Central Oregon children.
Some of our Shriner Kids…
Zachary lives in Bend and was born with one leg significantly shorter than the other. He was referred through our local screening clinic in 2004 and has been a patient of Shriners Hospital in Portland since he was 9 months old.. We are honored to have been a part of his journey and honored that he will be sharing race day with us again.
Payton is a 4th grader from Redmond and a huge Ducks fan. He was born with a condition known as Arthrogryposis or club feet. Payton has been a Shriner patient since he was 1 year old and has had numerous surgeries and procedures. He continues to have check-ups every 6 months and uses either ankle foot orthosis’s, crutches or a wheelchair for mobility. Payton is joining our ever growing group of local Shriner Kids in promoting this event.
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All net proceeds benefit the Shriners Hospitals for Children®.