Since the launch of the ABS-CBN Foundation's Kapit Bisig Para sa Ilog Pasig (KBPIP) in 2009, an annual run for the Pasig River has been held. This serves as the crux of KBPIP's fundraising and information campaign for the ongoing rehabilitation for the river.
In 2010, UERMMMCI supported the advocacy, where some 116,086 runners joined the "10.10.10 Run for the Pasig River," breaking the Guinness World Record for the most number of participants in a foot race.(The previous record was held by the 1988 Bay to Breakers in San Francisco, USA, with 110,000 runners.) The funds raised from the Pasig River advocacy run were used to further rehabilitate Estero de Paco, particularly in putting up coco coirs to prevent erosion and in introducing remediation technologies to improve water quality.
For 2011, UERMMMCI College of Physical Therapy (CPT) joined the foundation's run for Pasig 2011 by putting up a recovery station for the runners of the advocacy run. The main aim of the said station was to provide post-stretching exercises for the runners to prevent unwanted injuries from the run. This was spearheaded by Ms. Archelle Jane Callejo, a UERMMMCI CPT faculty member, and with fifth-year students as participants.
The following were the CPT volunteers of our run for Pasig 2011 Recovery Station: Gerald Abuedo, Bonna Cadorna, Krisnahlyn Catipon, Rachel Ruth Koh, Melissa Labtic, Irene Lopez, Laurence Naraja, Milad Shafiei, Nina Sullano, Shirby Sy, Marco Tiuseco, Rayzielle villasanta, Timothy Espinosa, Peter James Manigan, Rizza Robles and Kimberly Salamat.