The Executive Roundtable of Indian River County recently awarded grants totaling $6,012 to nonprofit charitable organizations serving children and families in Indian River County.
The grants were awarded from the 2020 Rail Trail 5K Walk/Run proceeds and included the following organizations:
$2,000 to the Treasure Coast Food Bank to support the “Mobile Pantry Program.”
$1,890 to The Gifford Youth Orchestra for one annual tuition scholarship.
$1622 to the Special Equestrians of the Treasure Coast to support their “Teaching Social Skills Using Equine Assisted Activities program.”
$500 to the Kindergarten Readiness Collaborative to support their “Family Engagement Initiative.”
The Executive Roundtable of Indian River County’s Community Grant program was made possible through the generous sponsorships, donations, and ticket sales for their annual Rail Trail 5K Run/Walk. This event is unique in that the route takes participants across the I-95 Central Railroad Corridor Greenway Pedestrian Overpass, the 12-foot-wide bridge that connects the North County Regional Park and the Fellsmere Trailhead Preserve.
The 2021 Rail Trail 5K Run/Walk will take place on Saturday, January 16, 2021 @ 8AM.
We are currently looking for sponsors for this exciting event. Contact us to learn more!
Be a part of the third annual 5K run across the I-95 Central Railroad Corridor Greenway Pedestrian Overpass! The12-foot wide bridge connects the North County Regional Park and the Fellsmere Trailhead Preserve and is the feature of the Executive Roundtable's annual 5K run/walk. January 16, 2021
The Executive Roundtable of Indian River County typically meets on the last Thursday of the month @ 9:00 AM, with few exceptions. If in person, meetings are held at the United Way of Vero Beach, located at 1836 14th Ave in Vero Beach. All meetings are open to the public. Next Meeting: December 10, 2020 @ Marsh Landing in Fellsmere
The mission of the Executive Roundtable of Indian River County is to identify solutions that will protect and enhance the lives of Indian River County residents, and their families, with an emphasis on children.