FARTOKAY is a Fun Run on September 8th at 9AM organized by Utah’s #1 Country Station Z104. The run/walk is 4.2 miles long just a little over a 5K. FARTOKAY starts in Farmington and ends in Kaysville (FAR to KAY). Register before 8/1/18 receive a limited edition FAR2KAY T-Shirt and Swag Bag. Registration Fee is $25(plus processing fee) all money raised will benefit 3 local charities - Mascot Miracles Foundation, The Utah Food Bank and Purrfect Pawprints.
What is FARTOKAY? FARTOKAY is a Fun Run on September 8th at 9AM organized by Utah’s #1 Country Station Z104. The run/walk is 4.2 miles long just a little over a 5K. FARTOKAY starts in Farmington and ends in Kaysville (FAR to KAY) and is open to everyone from serious runners to walkers. But the event doesn’t stop there, participants will end the race in Kaysville with music, games, food vendors and prizes. Our goal is to get the community together have fun and raise funds for 3 local Utah Charities. Registration Fee is $30 (plus processing fee) all money raised will benefit 3 local charities - Mascot Miracles Foundation, The Utah Food Bank and Purrfect Pawprints.
Providing Lasting memories and moments of happiness for our young warriors
fighting unthinkable battles.
The Mascot Miracles Foundation is a non-profit organization of professional,
college and corporate mascots that help children who have a serious illness by
creating and attending events, parties, and bringing smiles to those children
in unthinkable situations.
The Utah Food Bank
Fighting Hunger Statewide - Founded
in 1904, Utah Food Bank has operated under various names but has always
remained true to our mission of Fighting
Hunger Statewide. 392,000 Utahns,
which equates to 1 in 8 Utahns,
are at risk of missing a meal today. Even more alarming is that 1 in 6 Utah
kids are unsure where their next meal is coming from. Last year, we
distributed 39.2 million pounds of food, the equivalent of 32.7 million meals,
to people facing hunger across the state.
Pawprints wishes to facilitate a compassionate no-kill community using a
targeted spay and neuter program, community outreach and shelter assistance. We
wish to educate the public and assist community members with animals in need.
Our adoptable animals all come from the local community and are housed in
foster homes with families until they are placed in suitable adoptive homes.