HOW TO LOG YOUR MILES
Don’t worry, it’s simple! The best and preferred way is to join our private Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/herohelperchallenge), which you will be allowed to access after registering. Each day we will have a specific date post for logging your miles. To earn credit for your miles, you must post a picture of your tracking device (or a screenshot from your tracking app) for the mileage run that day. In your post, you will also need to write the mileage as a comment attached to the photo (see example).
Please note that the posts will be closed for comments at 11:59pm EST of their respective days, so be timely in adding your miles every day that you run. We want all our effort spent on running and getting funds to our designees, so please don’t send multiple requests to add miles after posts have closed. Also, if your FB does not indicate your full name, message us so we can give you proper credit.
*At the end of the day the POST will close to comment so make sure you get your miles posted in time.
Not on Facebook? Not a problem. You will need to email us daily at firstname.lastname@example.org the same picture or screenshot as shown in the example above with your miles under Subject. Emails must be received by 11:59pm EST that day to count.
PLEASE REMEMBER WE WON’T ENTER MILES IF YOU SUBMIT THEM AFTER THE DAILY DEADLINE. Just do it as soon as you are done with your run so you don’t forget.
Must be registered by May 1, 2020 to participate.
All mileage must be completed between 12:00am April 20, 2020 and 11:59pm May 31, 2020 EST.
WHAT DO YOU GET?
The warm feeling in your heart from helping a hero and donating to a good cause.
Those who COMPLETE the 26.2-mile and 50-mile challenge will get a Hero Helper medal. 100-mile achievers will also get a race t-shirt, in addition to the medal. Kids 12 and under will receive a medal and a cool Hero Helper Challenge cape for completion of the mileage goals. Adults, please do not be jealous of the capes. If you feel jealous, please refer to item #1 of “What do you get?”.