The National Kidney Foundation of Malaysia (NKF) is turning MAEPS Serdang into a glowing party!
The NKF Glow Run which is happening on 20th July 2019 will take the participants down a luminous 5km route of neon lights, laughter, sweat and exhilaration, with a party atmosphere from start to finish.
The event is a part of NKF’s 50th anniversary celebration which aims at educating and increasing public awareness of kidney disease while raising funds to subsidise underprivileged kidney failure patients under the care of NKF.
Decked in neon paint and accessories, participants will be transformed into glowing piece of a moving, multi-coloured artwork, while make their way through multiple fun zones including the confetti room, balloon field and neon liquid station.
Celebrations will continue with a line-up of exciting happenings such as neon face and body painting, neon doodles photo board, giant hamster roll, as well as live band performances.
Runners can look forward to get an energy boost and get re-hydrated at the food trucks available at the event.
Participants can also show further support by literally running the extra mile with the treadmill donation challenge which converts every kilometre covered into monetary contribution to the non-profit organisation.
Chua Hong Wee, Chief Executive Office of NKF, said,
“As the leading organisation in Malaysia dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease, NKF constantly encourages people to lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
“We see the opportunity to put this into practice in a fun way by organising the NKF Glow Run in conjunction with our 50th anniversary.”
Interested parties who wish to take part in the NKF Glow Run are invited to do so by logging on to Ticket2u for registration.
Tickets are priced at RM65 for single participants and RM240 for groups of four. All participants will be provided with a race pack and all who completed a run will be presented with a finisher tee and medal.
Proceeds from the tickets sales will be funnelled towards the treatment and support of underprivileged dialysis patients, as well as funding NKF’s constants efforts to educate the public about kidney disease.
For more information on these and future NKF activities or to donate towards the organisation’s efforts, visit NFK’s website or call 03-7954 9048.