About Us

Run 4 a Reason exists solely for the purpose of hosting challenging, fun running events in the Lowcountry with the proceeds generated from it’s races benefitting many respectable, worthy causes.

Run 4 a Reason was born October 2012 and has so far raised and distributed $26854.50 to worthy causes.

Proceeds breakdown:

$813 donated to Layla’s unknown expenses
$100 donated to Sega-Sorba from the proceeds of the Savannah Sultry Swamp Run on July 29, 2017
$309 raised and donated to Rogue Rescue from the proceeds of Rogue Resolution Fatass 50k/25k on January 14, 2017.
$300 paid to Taylor Visual Design for “wildlife” art to be installed at the McQueen’s Island Historical Trail in 2017.
$2667 paid to Fossil Industries Inc for trail signs to be installed on the McQueen’s Island Historical trail in 2016.
$1575.50 donated on behalf of the Savannah Running Community in 2016 for the purchase of signs that will be installed on the McQueen’s Island Historical Trail (Rails to Trails).
$75 donated to Girls on the Run on behalf of Ryan Smith, winner of the Run thru the Woods 10k in 2015.
$1500 donated to Mission on the Move from proceeds of RH Armadillo Broil 25k 50k on August 22, 2015.
$250 were donated to the Roberd’s Dairy Farm on May 25, 2015 on behalf of the Savannah Grit 175k stage race.
$165 were raised and donated to Liam’s Land on May 4, 2015 on behalf of the Coast Georgia Greenway 155 Mile Run. Thank you to all who supported this personal challenge!
$2600 were raised with the 2015 Ledesma Sports Medicine Savannah Rails to Trails Ultra. This revenue was used for the purchase of signs that will be placed at the mid-point, ft. pulaski trail juncture, and mile marker trail signs.
$1500.00 were raised and donated to Liam’s Land from the proceeds of Chase the Sun Ultra and Relay on September 20, 2014.
$1500.00 were raised by runners and donated to Challenged Athlete’s Foundation (CAF) from proceeds of Great Savannah Endurance Challenge 24 Hour Ultra.
$10,000.00: were raised and donated to Chatham County for helping with the costs of restoring the McQueen’s Island Historical Trail through the Ledesma Sports Medicine Rails to Trails 50k Ultra January 12, 2013.
$3500.00: were raised and donated to Liam’s Land from the proceeds of Chase the Sun Ultra and Relay on September 21, 2013.

In 2017, starting with Rogue Resolution 50k and 25k, R4R introduced the Rough Runners Trail Race Series.

The Run 4 a Reason race schedule for 2018 is:

Refund policy: since we are a small running event company, refunds are difficult for us to give as we use registration fees to cover the overhead of each race – permits, food, gels, rental equipment, timing, shirts, awards, bibs. Also, Since our races tend to be small we do not usually receive any corporate sponsorship to help with the costs of an event. And, we try to keep the registration fees as low as possible since our runners want to do many other races through out the year.

But, we totally get that things happen and money is tight…and, sometimes crap happens and you just cannot make an event. We are completely willing to transfer your registration fee to another race R4R holds in the case that you miss one of our events that you had registered for. If the event you want to transfer your registration to has a higher registration fee we will apply what you’ve paid to that new race you want to do but ask that you pay the difference. If the race you want to transfer to is cheaper we will refund you the difference. I hope you find that fair enough. 🙂

Also, in the unusual case of an event having to be canceled, your registration will be transferred to any future event we hold…again, if there is a registration fee difference we’ll settle it appropriately where the difference is either refunded by R4R or the difference is paid by the registered runner.

Thank you all for being a part of what makes running great and, for running for a reason!

Stay strong, Run Free!

Warmly,

Dan Hernandez

Run 4 a Reason