ABOUT WALK WITH THE CARIBOU ACROSS THE ARCTIC CIRCLE CAMPAIGN
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The 466 mile road from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, carves a path across a tundra, crosses the Yukon River, climbs across the Brooks Range, and passes over the North Slope to end at the Arctic Ocean. The Dalton Highway slices through northern Alaska from Livengood to the oil fields of Prudhoe Bay. Built in 1974 as the service road for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, the highway is a significant achievement. It is a mostly gravel road which is driven fearlessly by 18-wheelers. Services are few, and signs warn of everything from steep grades to avalanches. However, the signs say little of the road's chief attribute. It contains some of North America's most dramatic scenery and curious wildlife.
FITNESS GOAL
COMPLETED: 11,998 miles
TARGET: 466 miles
FUNDRAISING GOAL
RAISED: $ 3,826
TARGET: $ 10,000
You must go on adventures to find out where you truly belong. ~ Sue Fitzmaurice
Come join us and leave your footprints to support this great cause
HOW IT WORKS?
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Register for the campaign and set your fitness & fundraising targets.
Share your story and raise funds & awareness.
Track workouts anywhere & anytime and complete goal.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
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FAIRBANKS COMMUNITY FOOD BANK SERVICE INC.
The primary purpose of the Fairbanks Community Food Bank Service, Inc. is to provide food for hungry people and to distribute surplus food that would ordinarily be discarded. All locally collected food is to be distributed without charge.

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How Your Participation Helps
The Fairbanks Community Food Bank was started in a Recession in Alaska in 1982. The purpose was to salvage local surplus food and give it to people who need it so that no one in the Tanana Valley had to go to bed hungry. We receive free food and give it away free. In order to do that for the past 36 years, we have done the work with over 22,000 volunteer hours each year, and donated services, and donated food (in 2018 nearly 3,000,000 pounds were collected). In order to do the work, a (built for us) 45,000 sq foot warehouse was donated and a very small staff is hired to organize the daily work of collecting 2-5 tons of food and preparing it for use in food boxes 6 days each week. These funds will be used to pay warehouse and vehicle costs.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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What is Charity Footprints?

Charity Footprints is a social enterprise that connects fitness and charitable giving. We empower people just like you, to get fit & give back.

Our Virtual Races allow non-profits to challenge their patrons to run, walk or ride and raise funds just as they would in a fundraising walkathon. The best part - charities save over 45% in event and logistical costs. So, the dollars that you pay to register or fundraise, go farther.

What is the campaign registration fee?

Campaign registration fee is the amount that you'll need to pay to enroll in this virtual race. This fee (less transaction charges) will go to the non-profit running this campaign as a donation.

The registration fee along with the funds raised through your individual fundraising page will enable the non-profit to fund various programs and pursue their organization's mission.

How can I create my fundraising page?

Well, you wouldn't have to create a separate fundraising page. Once you register for this campaign, we'll give you the link to your fundraising page.

How will I track my distance?

You can track your workouts by setting up your devices (Fitbit, Garmin, Apple Watch, Google Fit, Misfit), or download the Charity Footprints' iOS or Android app and track your workouts toward this campaign.

If you workout indoors (treadmill, elliptical, stationary bike etc.), you can upload your workouts here.

I am an international donor (non-US), what are my donation charges and tax-deductibility?

All donations are made in US dollars, so the donations may be levied an exchange rate fee via your bank. Donors will want to connect with their bank to determine exactly what that fee may be. Additionally, international donors will need to reach out to a tax professional to discuss if and how tax deductibility will apply to their donation.

Who can sponsor my fundraising efforts?

The short answer is - everyone. The fundraising research shows that the number one reason for people not donating is that they weren't asked to.

That said, there are things you can do to attract people to sponsor you. Adding a picture to your fundraising page, telling potential donors why this cause is so personal to you, sharing your fundraising page on social media, email, and chat groups.

Last, if your employer has a gift matching program, check with the human resources department to support your favorite cause as well.

Who can I contact if I need help?

You can contact us any time if you need help. We love hearing from our users so please don't hesitate to write to us about issues, suggestions, or to just say hi. You can also contact the non-profit administrator directly if you would like.