2019 Beneficiaries For Fiddler’s 5k

Habitat For Humanity of Winter Park-Maitland

Habitat For Humanity believes that everyone should have access to safe, decent, affordable housing. Their program allows those in need of housing to receive an affordable home, through the help of volunteers and donations. Families that have benefited from the program also become “partner families”, volunteering and aiding in the construction of more homes.

CECO (Conductive Education Center of Orlando)

CECO aims to improve the lives of children with motor disabilities, such as Cerebral Palsy. Through conductive education, they help children and their families tap into the child’s full potential. The program is a holistic approach, covering not only education and school, but also social skills, as well as physical therapies. CECO is also unique in that it maintains a one-to-one student-teacher ratio, allowing for the child’s care and program to be customized to fit his or her specific needs.

R.A.I.N (Rescuing Animals In Need)

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RAIN was founded in October 2010 by a dedicated group of volunteers and fosters who give up their time and money on a daily basis to help the organization save pets in need of forever homes. RAIN takes in cats, dogs, and bunnies and is not breed specific, taking in a range of ages and breeds on an annual basis. Over the last 7 years RAIN has placed over 1000 animals into loving forever homes.

100% of Proceeds From the 5k  
   Will Benefit Orlando-Based Charities.

Pick Up Your Packets For The Fiddler’s 5K

Thursday, February 20th or February 22nd, Noon – 7 pm at Fiddler’s Green
or starting at 6:30 am day of the race on February 22nd at Mead Garden.