The Rochester Community Schools Foundation (RCSF) Hometown Hustle, a fun run/walk, presented by Chief Financial Credit Union, is a treasured tradition and the principal fundraiser for the RCS Foundation that brings more than 1,300 participants annually and onlookers together to celebrate fitness and family time while donating to a great cause: the educational experience of RCS students!
Let’s keep the tradition going and run together… VIRTUALLY!
September 19 - September 26, 2020
With the health and safety of our students, staff, and community being our priority, and after many months of review and consultation with city officials, RCSF board and community partners, as a team, the decision for the Hometown Hustle 5K and Color Fun run/walk to “go virtual” was made.As we celebrate our 15th anniversary of running together as a community, we will make every effort to provide elements of the treasured tradition 'experience' even though we will be unable to gather together in person.
* Race Package
* Chance to win within 28 catergories
* Color packet
* Sponsor Takeaways
* Supporting RCS students
What is a virtual race? A virtual race enables participants to run at any location, at their own pace, outside or on a treadmill, alone or with family and friends! Submit your time and chance to win a prize! It supports staying active while running for a great cause, and provides awesome medals and swag! For more FAQs about the race, please click here: HH Virtual 5k FAQs.
RCSF has partnered with our presenting sponsor, Chief Financial Credit Union, and many generous community patrons to recognize the value in supporting the RCS schools.
“Local families, businesses, and community partners contribute to the success of the Hometown Hustle,” said RCS Foundation Director Joann Beydoun. “We are truly honored to be partnering with our presenting sponsor, Chief Financial Credit Union, and other patrons who recognize the value of supporting our schools. We also appreciate our families who come together, year after year, to show their RCS pride. Together, we can continue to do great things for our students.”