No Hunger No-vember
Gobble Jog is MUST Ministries' #1 fundraising event of the year and we have been working diligently to find ways to continue the annual Thanksgiving morning tradition. However, due to restrictions on public gatherings, the Marietta Daily Journal Gobble Jog will be a virutal race.
At the same time, MUST Ministries is experiencing the greatest food need in its 49-year history. Please sign up to run the Marietta Daily Journal Gobble Jog virtually and post your time or donate money that will provide food for your neighbors in need.
Runners and walkers choose between a 10K, 5K, 1K, Tot Trot (50 yards) or phantom runner and then run their own race anytime between November 1-26. The race cost is $35 and includes a color-wash, long-sleeved t-shirt that will be mailed after Thanksgiving.
Once registered, runners can also help raise money by letting family, friends and co-workers know the following three ways they can donate:
- Running in honor or memory of a loved one
- Donate a dollar to match each date of November (totaling $351)
- 26 Days of Thanks - post what you are thankful for on social media each day and raise money in thankfulness
All proceeds will go to provide food for the local community.
If you have questions about your registration, please click here to email us.
For more information about MUST, please visit mustministries.org.
Fundraise for MUST!
Please help MUST provide for our neighbors in need by fundraising. It's easy! When you register online, you will be created your own fundraising page. Solicit donations by emailing the link to your friends or posting it on social media. You can even customize your fundraising page with your own story and photos! Prizes will be given to the top fundraisers. If you have any questions please contact Angie Bolton, 678-218-4513, email@example.com.
$100 feeds 45 homeless neighbors in the Loaves and Fishes Community Kitchen
$200 buys a twin mattress set for supportive housing
$400 provides comprehensive job training for two job seekers
$850 provides a homeless neighbor 42 days of work recovery and options for permanent housing