Upstate Run & Roll 5K Set for March 30 to Benefit the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina

The Brain Injury Association of South Carolina (BIASC) is hosting its annual Upstate Run & Roll 5K, previously known as Run For Thought, on Saturday, March 30 from 8 to 10 a.m. at Cleveland Park in downtown Greenville, S.C.

What started as an awareness tool and opportunity for brain injury survivors’ participation, the event has grown to include participation from more than 400 brain injury survivors, caregivers, providers and other community members. The event offers two options for race partakers: a competitive 5K and a 1-mile walk/roll.

“This year’s run is quite special as we have rebranded to show inclusivity of the brain injury survivors participating in the 1-mile walk/roll,” said Joyce Davis, Executive Director of the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina. “We look forward to the possibility of expanding this event to other counties in the Upstate in the upcoming years.”

Upstate Run & Roll 5K is the annual Upstate fundraising event for BIASC, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to provide critical help and support to persons with brain injury and their families, educating the public on the risks and impact of brain injury, advocating for legislation, and improving community-based services.

To register, participants may visit the official run sign up webpage at www.upstaterunandroll.com. To inquire about sponsorship opportunities for Upstate Run & Roll 5K, please contact Allison Hall Drew at allison@startflourishing.com, or by calling 864-784-7011.

About Brain Injury Association of South Carolina
The Brain Injury Association of South Carolina (BIASC) is a nonprofit organization which was developed by persons with brain injury, their families, and concerned professionals in an effort to provide information and support to those who have experienced a brain injury. The BIASC is South Carolina’s chartered affiliate of the Brain Injury Association of America. BIASC’s mission is to create a better future through brain injury prevention, research, education and advocacy. To learn more, visit www.biaofsc.com and follow BIASC on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.