Questers and Begach Running Club are happy to announce 25% of the registration fees for The Big Tech Run will be donated in support of Teach for Bulgaria Foundation. The amount donated will help cover in-house training, individual coaching and mentoring, and financial stimulus for the organisation’s teachers around the country.
The race will take place on 20th November in Sofia Tech Park and is part of the sports league TechRUN.bg – a joint initiative by Questers and Begach meant for professionals working in the tech, science, media and finance sectors in Bulgaria. Participants will be able to compete in either a 5 or 10 km distance. The Big Tech Run will also be the official end of TechRUN.bg 2016 where individual and team winners will be awarded. The other races which are part of the championship for this year are Pancharevo Run, Kaladzha Run, Business Run and Renault Morning Run.
More about Begach:
Begach running club is a non-profit sports club, member of the Bulgarian athletic federation and registered as a public charity in the ministry of justice. The club organizes 7+ races per year with more than 4000 participants overall. The club's charter is focused on promoting healthy lifestyle and charity via sport. All of the club's races have a charity cause related to children with disabilities, public sport infrastructure and education. Members of the board of the club are professional managers and non-professional runners.
More about Teach for Bulgaria:
Teach For Bulgaria envisions a future where every child in Bulgaria has access to quality education, regardless of their socio-economic status or place of residence. To reach such a future, the organization attracts and develops motivated professionals who dedicate their work to creating positive change in high-need schools and in the education system overall. Teach For Bulgaria was initiated and continues to be funded by the America for Bulgaria Foundation, as well as corporate and individual donors. The organization is a registered non-profit in Bulgaria and a member of the Teach For All network, which unites similar organizations in 40 countries, all working to improve access to quality education for every child.