Updated: September 24, 2013 6:38PM
Hey, runners. Lace up those shoes and help feed the hungry.
Here’s how RUN10 FEED10 — hosted by Women’s Health magazine, and FEED — works. Besides the usual race goodies, each participant’s registration fee also covers 10 meals to feed the hungry in Chicago. The 2012 race raised 10 million meals.
The registration fee is $60, but Sun-Times readers who use the code R10F10USA through Sept. 22 will get a $5 discount.
In 2007, Lauren Bush Lauren founded FEED Projects with the mission of creating good products that help feed people across the globe.
There will be pre- and post-race activities including guided stretches and yoga as well as giveaways.
The race begins at 8 a.m. Oct. 6. Runners should meet at Lincoln Park Grove 2, West LaSalle and North Stockton Drives.
Women’s Health also is encouraging all participants to raise $100; for more details and to register, visit run10feed10.com.