Online registration is closed as of Wednesday, September 10 at 5 p.m. but we'd still love to have you join us!
Pre-Event registration is available during packet pick-up from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 11 and Friday, September 12 at the CFOC Development Office located at 150 W. Michigan Street, Suite C-1, Orlando, FL 32806.
Walk-up registration is available until 7:30 a.m. at the Event Registration tables on race day.
Please plan to pay your pre-event or walk-up registration fee with cash or check made out to Community Food & Outreach Center. The fee is $29 for Adults or $15 for Juniors. Quack on!
Are you a runner, jogger or walker who loves to participate in fun and unique 5ks? We invite you to lace up your sneakers for the inaugural Quack Attack on Poverty 5k benefiting Community Food & Outreach Center this fall.
On Saturday, September 13, participants of all ages and abilities will race through an exciting 3.1 mile course in Baldwin Park featuring bubble, squirt gun and quack zones...all while wearing an inflatable duck-shaped pool float around their waist!
The goal of this fun event is to raise funds and awareness to support the sustainable change that takes place at CFOC each day. Here's your chance to join friends and neighbors in making a meaningful impact in our community while taking part in an unforgettable 5k!
→Early Bird Adult Participant (special pricing through June 30): $25
→Regular Adult Participant: $29
→Teams of Ten or More Adult Participant: $20
→Junior Participant (Under 18): $15
→Saturday, September 13, 2014
→Lake Baldwin Trail at Baldwin Park in Orlando, FL
→8 a.m. Race Start
For up-to-date race information, please visit www.quackattack.org.
→Commemorative Race T-Shirt
→Split Ring Inflatable Float
→Race Bib and Timing Chip
→On Course and Pre/Post Race Refreshments
To register, click the yellow "Register" button at the top of this page.
Thank you for your support! Through the generosity of people like you, Community Food & Outreach Center will continue providing education, food & hope in Central Florida.