'Freed to Run' Events raise money for legal aid

FLORIDA BAR Freed to Run teams gathered in front of the Baker County Courthouse for the last of six consecutive marathons through which Jacksonville attorney Mike Freed of Gunster and 19 teams of runners raised nearly $300,000 for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA) and the Northeast Florida Medical Legal Partnership (NFMLP).

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COMMUNITY FIRST Community First was proud to participate in an amazing relay team event, Freed to Run, which covered six marathons (157 miles) in six days (December 2-7) with various teams covering the distance from the Florida Supreme Court in Tallahassee all the way to the Duval County Courthouse in Jacksonville.

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WJCT Local attorney Mike Freed started a fundraising event last year when he pledged to run 157 miles from the Florida Supreme Court to the Duval County Courthouse, single handedly raising nearly $70,000.

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Freed to Run 2.0 Finish Line

CIRCLES CHARITY REGISTER Freed to Run 2.0 is a now a 6 marathons in 6 days point-to-point relay – with teams joining Mike Freed and covering the distance by taking turns throughout the day. While each team member runs, teammates shuttle ahead via transportation provided by Elite Parking Services of America.

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Teams Forming for “Freed to Run 2.0” Point-to-Point Jax-to-Tallahassee Marathon

THE COASTAL Teams are beginning to form for Freed to Run 2.0, the second annual point-to-point marathon from Jacksonville to Tallahassee started by Gunster attorney Mike Freed. In this year’s event, teams will combine to run a distance of 157 miles from the Florida Supreme Court in Tallahassee to the Duval County Courthouse. Freed and the runner teams will begin on December 2 and end here in Jax on December 7.

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Freed to Run capitol to coast marathon series benefiting Jax Legal Aid

JAX CHAMBER Teams are assembling now for Freed to Run 2.0, Freed’s second fundraising odyssey from the Florida Supreme Court in Tallahassee to the Duval County Courthouse, a distance of 157 miles that will be covered Dec. 2-7 by Freed and teams of runners accompanying him. Each team will run a single marathon in a point-to-point relay, with most runners covering just two or three miles each. 

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