JOIN THE FUN!
Maximize your virtual race experience with these ideas!
More content will be posted in the coming weeks
PLAN A GATHERING
Plan a Justice Run Gathering
Plan a small gathering with your family or friends to run/walk together and have a post-race party afterward- have a picnic, enjoy a campfire, and/or learn more about the issue of human trafficking together. Please plan your gathering based on your local health department's guidelines for group sizing and social distancing.
Calling all Youth Groups
Plan a Justice Run Gathering and post-race party for your youth group (or multiple gatherings if you have a lot of students). We will provide your group with a discount code for your students and leaders to register online for just $10 each! Contact Carrie at for more info.
Online content for Post-Race Parties
Fierce Freedom will be producing short, engaging online videos and other content specifically for race participants to learn more about the issue of human trafficking. There will be something for all ages, including interactive activities for kids and youth!
Content for Kids- COMING SOON!
Content for Youth- COMING SOON!
Content for Adults- COMING SOON!
IDEAS FOR RACE DAY
Plan your race route
Additional race routes will be posted here in the coming weeks. We also recommend the FREE MapMyRun website and app to create your own routes around town.
More routes to come!
Print a customized race bib
You will receive an email closer to race week with a link to print a customized Just Us for Justice Run/Walk race bib to wear on your run.
Wear your t-shirt
Wear your 2020 "Stop the Traffick" t-shirt
when you run/walk to show solidarity.
You might spot other Justice Run
participants out around town!
Listen while you run
Get pumped up with the 2020 Justice Run Playlist on Spotify:
Listen to the Fierce Freedom Podcast wherever podcasts are found!
You will receive an email closer to race week with a link to submit your race time. If you opt to do so, you can see how your race time compares to other runners AND how your time compares to last year's race if you participated.
Post on Social Media
Post photos of your run and/or post-race party on the "Fierce Freedom's Just Us for Justice Race 2020" facebook page and using #stopthetraffick2020. We'll have a cool photo frame for you closer to race week!
Whether or not you are participating in the run/walk, we invite you to collect donations in support of the race! Prizes will be awarded to the top three individuals who raise the most money. Visit and click on the "get involved" tab to print off a sample fundraising letter and donation collection form. To be eligible for prizes, donations must be delivered to the Fierce Freedom office by July 29.
You can also make a donation to Fierce Freedom above and beyond your race fee by clicking on the "Donate" tab at www.fiercefreedom.org. Select "Justice Run" under the "Program" menu so we can count your donation toward our goal of raising $35,000!
Our volunteer signup is full for the 2020 event. Please check out other opportunities to support Fierce Freedom on this page!
Use Your Purchasing Power
Do you like to shop? Our Justice Run vendors are invited to host online shopping parties during the first two weeks of August. This will be an opportunity for you to purchase fair trade items, helping vulnerable people around the world escape or avoid a life of exploitation. We will be adding to this list of vendor parties in the coming weeks:
The Faithful Merchant
August 10 @ 8 pm to August 14 @ 10 pm
Click HERE to join the facebook party
To browse their products, visit https://www.thefaithfulmerchant.com/
They will be adding a She Is Fierce collection to their website in addition to their current products! They will be donating 25% of the event total back to Fierce Freedom if you shop via the party!
Trades of Hope
August 6 @ 6 pm to August 9 @ 6 pm
Click HERE to join the facebook party
To browse their products,
50% of profits will be donated to Fierce Freedom if you shop via the party! If you have questions, you can contact Diane Zambory at or call 218-721-2696.
Support our Partners
The Forgotten Initiative: Chippewa Valley, WI
The goal of The Forgotten Initiative is to “help you care for the foster care community”. You can contact the Chippewa Valley chapter by emailing Sarah McIntosh at
Visit their website to learn more about their work: theforgotteninitiative.org/chippewavalleywi
Purchase a Justice Run t-shirt
A t-shirt is included with each registration. However, additional t-shirts can be purchased (while supplies last) by contacting Carrie at or 715-864-5276.