Join us as an Individual or as a Team to Run a 5K + Fundraise Virtually for CityLax + the growth of NYC urban lacrosse in a very challenging time! Join runners + walkers from around the country anywhere, anytime now-until February 28th!
If you raise over $50, we will invite you join us on Saturday, February 25th for a CityLax Group Polar Trot where we can all meet to run in Central Park and then celebrate our campaigns and the CityLax Mission following our Run at a local venue on the Upper East Side. Stay tuned for more Information!
HOW TO SIGN UP
Individual : Click "Become a Fundraiser"...Fill in your Name, Email Address and Profile Image (Optional)
Create a Team: Click "Become a Fundraiser"...Complete the information for your Personal fundraising page and then choose "Create a Team". You must enter your personal information first before you create a Team and fill out the info. After doing so, scroll to the bottom and you will see your team name just above the button to click through to the next step.
Join a Team: Click "Become a Fundraiser"...Complete the information for your Personal fundraising page and then choose "Join a Team." Select the Team from the Menu
Once you select your participation, you can set your fundraising goals, finish your campaign page and be off to trot!
(Having Trouble Signing Up? Email Hadley Gerrish at [email protected] for assistance)
We thank you for your support of the CityLax 2023 Virtual 5k Polar Trot, so NYC Kids can have a Shot!
CITYLAX THROUGH THE YEARS
IN 2004: THERE WERE 4 PUBLIC SCHOOL TEAMS IN NYC WITH ONLY 125 PLAYERS
IN 2005: MAT LEVINE & GAV PASTERNAK START CITYLAX TO BROADEN ACCESS TO LACROSSE THROUGH NYC PUBLIC SCHOOLS
IN THE FIVE BOROUGHS OF NYC
IN 2022: THERE ARE OVER 48 SCHOOLS PLAYING LACROSSE WITH OVER 70 VARSITY BOYS, VARSITY GIRLS AND MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAMS SERVING
OVER 3000 PLAYERS ALL BECAUSE OF CITYLAX !!!
CITYLAX HAS FOREVER CHANGED THE LANDSCAPE OF LACROSSE IN NYC...AND WE STILL HAVE A LOT MORE WORK TO DO
PLEASE CONSIDER SUPPORTING THE NEXT CHAPTERS OF OUR JOURNEY WITH NYC YOUTH