Workaddict(s) Give Back

At 10 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28, join other workaddicts on a brightly shining run around Midtown Tallahassee. We’ll start at in the parking lot near Fleet Feet Tallahassee and head out on a 5K route – a true group run where we’ll all stay together.

We want to light the night and have some music, some laughs, and lots of fun. We also want to make a difference. While the event is free, we will be accepting a suggested donation of $5 per runner, which will be donated to Sharon Ewing Walker Breast Health Center at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare. Come join the late night WORK party and help workaddict(s) give back.*

As always, everyone and ALL paces are welcome, and again, we will stay together for this route. To register, please visit…. To donate, please visit For more information on Sharon Ewing Walker Breast Health Center at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, visit…/sharon-ewing-walker-breast-health-cen….


Below are the details to our 1st Charity focused event. It was a great success and really gets the momentum for Workaddict(s) to make a community impact in 2018.


As you know, workaddict(s) are all about moving and working, pushing each other beyond our excuses and our limits. The group is also focused on fun and community. All of those ideas come together here.

We’ve discussed having an event(s) as a way to give back to the communities we’re in. This event is sort of a soft version of that. Ragnar and REI have joined together to get people outside on Jan. 31 — in the dark, in the cold, with “no buts.” workaddict(s) in other locations are welcome to participate as well, similar to the virtual option for our New Year’s Day WORKstravaganza. We will meet at the Prime Meridian Marker near the amphitheater, as we did on New Year’s Day.

As part of this run, if you sign up on, REI will donate $1 to the American Hiking Society (up to $10,000), the only national organization that promotes and protects foot trails, their surrounding natural areas, and the hiking experience. Ideally, we’ll be able to do something similar in future on our own for local charities and such in our communities.

The event is free, but we ask that you register and complete a waiver at Eventbrite to participate — For more information, visit