JA Virtual Race
New Fundraising for our New Normal!
Virtual Races promote health and wellness with charitable giving all to benefit Junior Achievement. Depending on your company goals, a race can track a single activity (like running or swimming) or a more inclusive mix of over 80 activities (from wheel chairing to yoga to gardening). This allows employees at any level to participate… it's a win-win for your company!
Benefits of Virtual Racing:
- Fun Activity that promotes health & wellness activities
- Supports "healthy competition" among employees
- Maintains social distancing for our new normal
Virtual Racing is helping to prepare the workforce of tomorrow by providing Junior Achievement's economic education programs to area schools - linking business and education together. Virtual Racing is an important fund-raiser and helps JA impact the lives of more than 40,000 students from the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area during this school year. JA does this by using hands-on and virtual experiences to help young people understand the economics of life.
Involve your company in the future of our area's children! You can participate as a company coordinator, become a team captain, or simply raise money and have a great time staying in shape to help Junior Achievement and kids.
How does this help the students?
To learn more or do a test race, contact us.
Sponsorships for these events are critical for Junior Achievement to continue providing life-changing programs to students in our community. These programs are delivered at no cost to students. You can make a difference in the lives of these students by participating in this world-class event! Contact us to get more information on how to sponsor a JA Virtual Race!
"Junior Achievement has given me a sense of what adults go through with budget issues."
"Junior Achievement reinforced concepts for me to remember later in life."
"I thought the experience was amazing. The presentation was unlike anything I've seen."
"I liked how the Junior Achievement volunteer explained his job to us."