Virtually, Everywhere!

2020 has certainly been an unprecedented year. We are hoping things get better soon! Our hearts are with everyone struggling right now. With all that is going on, we have decided to simplify things and host our first virtual INK 5K this year. Here is how it is going to work...

Register online by August 14th to receive your fabulous 2020 race t-shirt-quarantine edition. Wear your t-shirt and walk/run your 5k at the location of your choice. You can even do laps around your kitchen!


Send us pictures of you, your friends and family in your t-shirts and we will share them online. That way we can all “virtually” be together!
Isa’s 23rd birthday would have been September 13th. That is the day our family will be walking our 5k but you can do it ANYTIME once you receive your shirts.

Send your photos to info@isakranzfoundation.com by September 14, 2020 and we will have them online to view on the 15th.

Interested in Sponsorship? Contact Us!


Please provide your logo before August 14th to meet the printing deadline!

We truly appreciate any support you can give whether you choose to be a sponsor and have your name on the t shirts or join the virtual race or give a donation. We know it is a tough time for most of us. Your participation in each of our INK 5Ks over the last six years have allowed us to do the work we do. When we talk about “our work” we really mean our as in all of us. Every dollar donated is used to help others in some way. We are proud to support organizations like Run for Randy, Kisses from Keegan and Friends and Bonnie Strong Foundation who rally around Pediatric Cancer, the Jake Vinyard Foundation, Steven Borntraeger Foundation, Angel Forever Foundation, Hope For The Day and AFSP who all work on suicide prevention, Catholic Charities Non-Denominational LOSS Program and the MASS Meetings who support people who have lost a loved one to suicide, animal welfare organizations like HelpingPaws, Happy Tails and Hooved Animal Humane Society, local food pantries, local sports groups that foster good self esteem and raise confidence, local school programs that educate students and staff about the importance of mental health and preventing suicide, and even international groups such as MaestroCares (an organization that builds orphanages and community centers for disadvantaged youths throughout Latin America and the US) and Unbound (an organization that brings US citizens and African families together to learn from and support. These are just a few examples.
This year, many of us are stressed and anxious, some have lost jobs, some are grieving the loss of loved ones, many are grieving the loss of experiencing special occasions such as birthdays, graduations, high school proms and weddings. Add to that the current tensions on the rise across the country proving it is more important than ever to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention. This is our work. In honor of Isa.
Thank you all for helping us to help others! We look forward to experiencing our first virtual race with you.

Tina, Jimmy, Henry and the Isa Kranz Foundation



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