Were you or someone you know left out of this year’s Falmouth Road Race lottery? Well, you haven’t missed your chance! We still have a few spaces left on our Numbers for Nonprofits team.
By running on behalf of Falmouth Museums on the Green, home of the Falmouth Historical Society, you will not only enjoy participating in one of the world’s premier races, but also give back to the seaside town that makes it such a special event.
We pay the $150 registration fee and you commit to raising $750 by race day, August 16, through the online fundraising site, FirstGiving, at no cost to you. We will assist you with your goal through our website, social media, and e-newsletters. One hundred percent of proceeds will go to our mission of preserving and sharing the history of Falmouth and providing educational outreach to all the Falmouth Public Schools. The story of Falmouth begins here, but we can’t tell it without your help!
For more information, contact Sarah Murphy at 508-548-4857 ext. 21 or by email:[email protected]
Falmouth Road Race Spotlight: Meet Jason Stumpf
We are grateful to Jason Stumpf for joining our Numbers for Nonprofits team in this year’s New Balance Falmouth Road Race. Jason has agreed to raise a minimum of $750, which will go directly to Museums on the Green operations, enabling us to further our mission of preserving and celebrating the history of Falmouth and educating all ages about our rich heritage. Help him reach, and hopefully surpass, his goal by visiting his FirstGiving (http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/JasonStumpf/FRR2015) page and making a donation today!
Jason is the head of the Humanities Department at the Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick. His ties to Falmouth run deep, as his wife, Margaret Funkhouser, grew up in West Falmouth. Margaret is also a member of the faculty at Walnut Hill, and they live on campus with their two boys, Jonas and Owen.