One Eagle Run 2017

This November, the Ateneo Professional Schools is organizing a fun run for a cause called One Eagle Run.  100% of the proceeds of this event will go to Blue Plate Program of Ateneo Center for Educational Development and Marawi victims through Synergeia.  Here are the event details.

Save the date!

One Eagle Run
November 26, 2017
McKinley West, Taguig City

Category Registration Fee Gun Start
10K ₱1,100 5:30AM
5K ₱900 5:50AM
3K ₱800 6:20AM
1K ₱700 6:40AM

Registration steps:

  1. Purchase through SM Tickets.
  2. Log on to proactive.ph and click REGISTER.
  3. Fill out your details.
  4. Choose respective payment options.
  5. Wait for the confirmation email.
  6. Arrive at chosen claiming date and time.  Bring confirmation e-mail and valid ID.  If picking up through a representative, additionally bring an authorization letter and both the runner’s and claimant’s valid IDs.

Race beneficiaries and inclusions


  • Registration includes a drawstring bag, event singlet, and race bib with timing tag.
  • Medals for finishers.
  • Race kit claiming is from November 16-18, 2017, 10:00AM to 5:00PM at Ateneo Alumni Association, Inc., 2nd Floor, John Pollock Renewal Center Ateneo de Manila University Quezon City.
  • Shipping will be until November 12, 2017.

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One Eagle Run is a benefit run that aims to bring together the community, have fun through running and at the same time, give back to the community.  100% of the proceeds of this event will go to Blue Plate Program of Ateneo Center for Educational Development and Marawi victims through Synergeia.

ACED Blue Plate Program, the Ateneo Center for Educational Development (ACED) was established in February 1992 under Fr. Bienvenido F. Nebres, SJ, then president of the Ateneo.  ACED spearheads the University’s mission to close the poverty gap and improve the quality of life through improving public basic education in scale.  While ACED continue to help improve the quality education in public school by providing training to principals and teachers, facilitating the construction of classrooms, and upgrading instructional materials, it has realized that malnutrition among public school student is a serious problem.  For truly, how can a hungry child learn?  ACED has embarked on feeding programs in Metro Manila, Cainta, and Camarines Norte.  These provide hot and nutritious lunch meals for more than 20,000 malnourished children for 130 school days.  Beneficiaries are generally children in public school (day care, kindergarten, grade 1 to 6).

Synergeia (see-ner-hee-yuh) a coalition of individuals, institution, and organizations working to improve the quality of basic education by implementing programs for nearly 1.5 million school children, working with over 260 municipalities all over the Philippines.  Traditionally, the delivery of education is primarily left to the Department of Education with marginal participation from the community.  Synergeia believes that it takes a village to raise a child.  Collaborative efforts among education stakeholders are crucial to the success of any education program.  Synergeia engages local governments, the Department of Education, socio-civic group, schools, teachers, parent, and students to implement systemic programs that will increase learning achievement and reduce drop outs.

Sizing chart of the event singlet

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For more information about this event, visit proactive.ph or their Facebook page @OneEagleRun2017.

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