2021 Miracle Mile Drive
Will there be a three mile walk as usual? Yes, we plan to be back in person at the Augusta Common for the 21st Annual Miracle Mile Walk. However, plans are subject to all federal, state and local mandates and guidelines concerning COVID-19.
Will there be any COVID-19 safety measures in place? Yes, COVID-19 safety measures and requirements will be provided closer to the event date, and will be based on federal, state, and local guidelines.
How can I participate in this event?
There are several ways you can be involved in the Miracle Mile Walk.
1. Safely attend the event. Invite your friends and family and join us on Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Augusta Common. Participants and teams can drop off their donations at our “donation drop off” table and pick up T-shirts.
2. Volunteer. We need volunteers to help make this event a success. See below on ways to volunteer.
3. Register, Fundraise, or Donate. To register as a participant and create or join a team visit our website at www.TheMiracleMileWalk.org and encourage your friends and family to donate to your cause! You can also donate to other teams or individuals on our website.
Where do I park? Free on-street parking is available on a first come, first serve basis. There is a pay-to-park parking deck available on Reynolds Street, across from the convention center.
What is the cost? Registration is free, however we encourage you to raise funds to help support our mission of saving lives in the community.
How do I register online and encourage donations? Go to www.TheMiracleMileWalk.org and click “register as an individual.” Join as a new participant or log in as a returning user. You can even create your own fundraising page, share it with your friends and family and encourage them to donate to your cause.
How do I register as a team and encourage donations? Go to www.TheMiracleMileWalk.org and click “start a team” or “join a team” that’s already started.
What if I want to fundraise outside of my fundraising website? We have fundraising packets available for anyone wanting to collect donations in-person from family and friends. We encourage you to register and fundraise online. However, if you’d rather use the fundraising packet you may pick one up at the University Health Care Foundation office or have one mailed to you by contacting us at (706) 667-0030.
Where can I buy raffle tickets? Raffle tickets can be purchased at: University Main Hospital’s Information Desk, University Hospital – Summerville, University Hospital – McDuffie, University Hospital’s Heart & Vascular Institute, The Randy W. Cooper, M.D., Center for Breast Health Services, Foundation Office.
When is the last day to purchase tickets? You can purchase raffle tickets up until we draw the winners. Tickets will be available to purchase beside the stage the day of the walk..
What if I am not in town the day of the event? You DO NOT need to be present to win. Be sure to fill out the ticket with all of your information and we will contact you to let you know if you win. The raffle drawing will be held after the walk finishes.
How much do tickets cost? $5 per ticket, $25 for 6 (Buy 5, get 1 free!)
What do survivors get? Survivors will receive a free t-shirt and signature survivor button. These items can be picked up at the University Health Care Foundation on T-Shirt pick up day, Thursday, October 14 or at The Miracle Mile Walk’s survivor tent.
Do you need volunteers? YES! If you would like to volunteer download the volunteer form and submit this form by mail, email or fax by October 1st.
Where do I send the completed volunteer form to? Fax: (706) 667-0059 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mail: 2260 Wrightsboro Road, Augusta, GA 30904.
What is the difference between a Preparation Volunteer and a Day Of Volunteer? A Preparation Volunteer will help in the days leading up to the event with packing and labeling boxes, organizing merchandise, putting together participant bags, etc. Day Of Volunteers will be in the parking lot and other locations helping with executing the event. This could be directing traffic, cheering along the route, helping sell merchandise, set-up and clean-up, etc.
Who can volunteer? Anyone over the age of 18 can volunteer. All volunteers will be required to follow COVID-19 safety measures we have in place.
How do I get a free t-shirt? Participants who raise $100 or more will receive one free t-shirt. Survivors and Volunteers also receive a free t-shirt.
When and where is T-shirt Pick-up Day? Thursday, October 14 at University Hospital, Summerville Campus parking lot from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Can I buy a t-shirt at the event? Yes, Miracle Mile Walk t-shirts will also be available at the event.
I am a sponsor. How will I receive my t-shirts? We will contact you to coordinate delivery. You can also contact the Foundation office at (706) 667-0030 or email email@example.com to coordinate pick up.
Will sponsors be allowed to set up a booth at the event? If you sponsor at the premier level and up, you may set up a vendor table at the event.
Are donation tax-deductible? Yes, all donations are tax-deductible.
How can I make a donation? Donations can be made with a credit or debit card online at www.TheMiracleMileWalk.org. Checks and cash are also accepted at the Foundation office. Checks can be made out to University Health Care Foundation with “Miracle Mile Walk” written on the memo line.
Where can I pick up posters? If you would like to help us promote the Miracle Mile Walk by putting posters in your community, they are available for pick up at the Foundation office.
What is the Foundation’s contact information? Address: 2260 Wrightsboro Road, Augusta, GA 30904 Phone: (706) 667-0030 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org