Welcome to the Hardrock 100 Endurance Run culture! Reading both the Volunteer Manual and the Runner Manual (along with the Communications Manual if you're a "ham") is requested of you and serves as an amazing source of information and statistics.
If you want to volunteer to help these great athletes, before the run, at an Aid Station in the field or at headquarters please let us know!
If you have any special talents such as Emergency Medical training, you love to cook in the back country, have an amateur radio license, are a good computer operator, or anything else, let us know so we can make best use of your time and energy.
If you have a preference as to working a particular station in one of the three towns we run through, one of the four backpack-in stations, or one of the seven 4WD accessible stations, again let us know.
If you prefer an early station that will be running hard for a shorter period of time, or a later station where runners are more spread out for a longer period of time, let us know.
If you know where you want to serve, let us know!
If you just want to come and be a part of one of the most awesome events, bring it on!
To contact a Hardrock volunteer, please select from one of coordinators below:
- Aid Station Coordinator: Lois MacKenzie, e-mail email@example.com
- Communications Volunteer Coordinator: Shauna Blaylock, e-mail KC0LFF@gmail.com
- Trail Crew Coordinator: Charlie Thorn, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Course Clearing: Betsy Kalmeyer, email@example.com
Tax Exempt Status
The Hardrock 100 Endurance Run receives 501 (c)(3) - "non-profit, tax exempt status". This means as a volunteer, you might be able to deduct expenses incurred while supporting the event. You will need to discuss this with your tax advisor.