Volunteer for The Color Run through SVA!

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On the 14th of March The Color Run will be hitting Christchurch! I’ll give you the quick low down on what it is and how to get involved…

The Color Run is a 5km fun run (nicknamed the happiest run on the planet) with a bit of a difference. As participants run they will be covered in coloured cornstarch by throwers until they end the race looking like a rainbow! There are four colour zones that participants will pass through: pink, green, blue and yellow – which makes for some crazy colourful runners! If you want to see what all the fuss is about then check out some images from last year’s Color Runs…

Once you’ve finished your run there’s still more excitement to come as you’ll be able to attend the Finish Festival. This is a chance to let your hair down and boogie the afternoon away, while throwing colour at everyone else!

This year spaces in Christchurch’s Color Run are filling up fast (buy tickets quickly if you want to be a runner!). However, if you don’t want to be a runner UC’s very own Student Volunteer Army can make sure you’re still involved.

SVA has teamed up with the Color Run to bring you the ultimate volunteering opportunity! If you’ve ever wanted to throw paint at someone (maybe even at yourself), or squirt people with water pistols as they run past, here’s your chance! They’ll also be cheering on thousands of colorful runners, and making the day brighter for everyone! SVA makes it easy for you to help out by providing free buses to and from the venue (leaving from the UCSA carpark), as well as filling up your tum with a free BBQ! There will also be a special after party, at Bentley’s bar, for all volunteers at the end of the day (with a hefty bar tab of course!). Now that I’ve reeled you in with all the enticing details I’m sure you’ll want to know how to get involved…

Well luckily it’s pretty simple, just register online as a volunteer, and make sure you choose SVA on the second page when it asks what group you are arriving with.

Get onto it now!

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