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Gould uses week off to lead charity 5K

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  • Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould cheers on a young fan Sunday during the Run for the Gould 5K and Kids Dash in Kildeer. Gould and TruCore Pilates sponsored the run to provide funds to the Goulden Touch charity which provides support to food banks, cancer research and other causes.

       Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould cheers on a young fan Sunday during the Run for the Gould 5K and Kids Dash in Kildeer. Gould and TruCore Pilates sponsored the run to provide funds to the Goulden Touch charity which provides support to food banks, cancer research and other causes.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Runners start the Run for the Gould 5K and Kids Dash in Kildeer. Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould and TruCore Pilates sponsored the run to benefit the Goulden Touch charity, which donates money to food banks, cancer research and other causes.

       Runners start the Run for the Gould 5K and Kids Dash in Kildeer. Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould and TruCore Pilates sponsored the run to benefit the Goulden Touch charity, which donates money to food banks, cancer research and other causes.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould introduces former Marine Tim Monsen and his dog Chance on Sunday during the Run for the Gould 5K and Kids Dash in Kildeer. Gould and TruCore Pilates sponsored the run to provide funds to the Goulden Touch charity that donates money to wounded soldier organizations, food banks, cancer research and other causes.

       Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould introduces former Marine Tim Monsen and his dog Chance on Sunday during the Run for the Gould 5K and Kids Dash in Kildeer. Gould and TruCore Pilates sponsored the run to provide funds to the Goulden Touch charity that donates money to wounded soldier organizations, food banks, cancer research and other causes.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
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It may have been a bye week for the Bears, but kicker Robbie Gould wasn't using his Sunday off for a day of rest.

Gould greeted and cheered on hundreds of runners Sunday during his inaugural Run for the Gould 5K and Kids Dash, which kicked off from the Whole Foods Market in Kildeer.

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The event raised money for the Gould's Goulden Touch charity which supports food banks, cancer research, wounded soldier organizations and other causes.

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