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CODA Race4Love 5K Run/Walk

February 15, 2014

There's a new web site dedicated to the Race4Love -- go to http://race4love.com for the latest updates. This race page will not be updated after August 21, 2013.

With the increase of domestic violence homicides we’ve seen across the state - South Carolina currently ranks 2nd in the nation for the number of women murdered by men - the focus for our 2014 5K run/walk is prevention and education. Our message for Race4Love is that love is not abuse, and that help is available through CODA.

Since 1986, CODA has been the only organization meeting the spectrum of needs of Lowcountry child and adult survivors of domestic violence. Over 11,000 survivors have received assistance through our 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, counseling, case management, transitional housing, and legal services. CODA also reaches thousands of people annually through our community education programs.

 

Looking forward to 2014!

Though it seems a long way off, we're hard at work preparing for the 2014 Race4Love. Like CODA on Facebook, or follow the official Race4Love Twitter account for updates as we build on the 2013 race's great success!

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

We are offering many sponsorship opportunities, both cash and in-kind. Visit http://race4love.com/sponsors/ for details, or you can call CODA at (843) 770-1074 ext.221.

 

2013 Results

The 2013 CODA Race4Love Overall Results and Age Group Results have been posted -- and don't forget to check out some race day photos on CODA's Facebook page.

 

2012 Tate/Coursen Memorial Walk/Run

Last year, we received considerable community support for the Tate/Coursen Memorial Walk/Run, which celebrated the lives of two Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Deputies who were killed in the line of duty while responding to a domestic disturbance call. You can view photographs from the event in the gallery linked below.

Tate/Coursen Memorial Walk/Run - January 7, 2012 - Gallery