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Family and Friends of Sgt. Keith Ferguson

Raising Funds to Facilitate Education at All Levels

Sgt. Keith Ferguson 5K Across the Brooklyn Bridge is held annually the first Sunday of August in loving memory of Sgt. Keith A. Ferguson. Organized by his family and friends, this race has grown by the hundreds each year since its founding in 2005. All proceeds go toward the Sgt. Keith Ferguson Memorial Scholarship Fund, which is awarded to one criminal justice student each year.

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Future Race Dates:

• August 7, 2016 • August 6, 2017

• August 5, 2018

About Us

Sgt. Keith Ferguson 5K Across the Brooklyn Bridge is a charity run in New York City put together by the extended family of Cunninghams, Fergusons, and Santores, a network of wonderful friends, and the kindness of people who support our efforts. We provide three endowments at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and award scholarships to children of NYPD officers.

Sgt. Keith Ferguson sadly died at age 38 due to a heart attack. People wanted to give his mother, Sonia Cunningham, money to help. While working as a nurse educator at UT Brownsville, she received $30,000 within a few months and decided to start a scholarship fund after his cousin, Max, made the suggestion. She initially placed these funds in endowments for the University of Texas System.

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Greater New York Metro Area

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