5th Annual PIC5K Run/Walk for Charity

Over the last four years, the Pittsburgh Indian Community has been organizing the PIC5K event.

We run (and walk) to give back to our community and support charities in the greater Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

We have raised $190,000 over the last 4 years. This year, our goal is to raise $100,000.

All, to support charities involved in Healthcare, Education and the First Responders who protect our communities.

We also strive to provide a platform that will allow you to continue to give back to this great city we call home!

Come, join us on September 22, 2018 at the North Park Boat House at 9:30am. Run. Have fun. Help someone.

Registration will start at 8:00am.

HEALTHCARE

Healthcare is the first pillar of our fund raising efforts. We are supporting healthcare for women, children and families.

EDUCATION

Our second pillar is Education. We are committed to supporting the education efforts of Women, Children and Homeless people.

FIRST RESPONDERS

We have been supporting efforts to ensure the safety of our Fire Fighters, Police Officers — by raising funds for equipment and ongoing training.

CLICK TO DONATE

Use PayPal or write a check to PIC5K.

Regular Participant: $25 per person. Free for ages 5 and below.

All the participants will receive a T-Shirt, Water and Fruits/Snacks.

Regular participants are encouraged to donate more than the suggested registration fee and help cause.

Donors: $100/$200/$300

Sponsors: Copper, Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.

Your contributions to PIC5K are tax-deductible under IRS 501(c)3 Rules.

PITTSBURGH INDIAN COMMUNITY

We are committed to the Pittsburgh region and giving back in areas that matter – Healthcare, Education and to those who keep us safe — the First Responders.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

There are three ways you can help:

Sign-up and participate. We are looking to have at least 1,000 participants. Don’t want to run. That is OK. Walk. Showing up and participating with your family and friends is all that counts!

Be a force multiplier and increase participation. Ask your neighbors, school friends, colleagues to support you and your efforts.

Company Match Your company has a matching program. Reach out and seek their help in making a matching donation or to becoming a sponsor.

Benefiting Organizations in 2017

  • Allegheny County Fire Academy
  • Chartiers Center
  • Chiefs of Police Association and Allegheny County Chiefs of Police Association
  • FBI National Academy Associates (Western Pennsylvania Chapter), Western Pennsylvania
  • Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures

Benefiting Organizations in 2016

  • Chartiers Center
  • Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council
  • L.I.V.I.N.G Ministry
  • Primary Care Health Services, Inc.
  • Small Seeds Development Inc.
  • Whitehall Public Library

Benefiting Organizations in 2015

Pittsburgh Indian Community & Friends distributed $35,400 to the following Pittsburgh based non-profit organizations in 2015:

  • Beverly’s Birthdays
  • Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council
  • Homeless Children Education Fund
  • Primary Care Health Services, Inc.
  • Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation
  • Women’s Committee of the Carnegie Museum of Art: Carnegie Literacy Day

Benefiting Organizations in 2014

  • Homeless Children Education Fund
  • Primary Care Health Services, Inc.

Supporting/Sponsoring Organizations

  • AIM for SEVA
  • Computer Enterprises, Inc. (CEI)
  • Chinmaya Mission Pittsburgh
  • GKG Orthodontists
  • Govinda Mission Foundation
  • Guru.com
  • Jarus Technologies, Inc.
  • Manpasand Spice corner
  • Mintt & Cafe Delhi
  • Mylan
  • PATA – Pittsburgh Area Telugu Association
  • Pittsburgh Tamil Sangam
  • Pizza Palermo
  • Seubert Associates
  • Shirdi Sai Ganaga Mandir
  • Sri Venkateswara Temple Pittsburgh
  • Taj Mahal
  • Tamarind – Flavor of India, Oakland
  • Tamarind Greentree & Cranberry