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I am already committed on the day of the event and cannot attend. Is there another way to participate?
Runners who pre-register before Sept. 1 will receive a shirt in their Runner Packet. Late registrants will receive a shirt as supplies allow.
Walker and Virtual Walker teammates who raise $150 by Sept. 1 will receive a free shirt. Those who raise $150 after Sept. 1 will receive a shirt as supplies allow.
Any remaining shirts will be available for purchase on the day of the event.
Everyone participating at the Walk and Run for Life – as a runner, walker, or in the kids races – needs to register for liability purposes. You can register together as a family, which will create a single fundraising page for your family. If you’d prefer your children to fundraise on their own, you’ll need to register them separately.
Pre-registering online will make your check-in shorter.
All participants need to register, whether you are walking, running the 5k, or participating in a children’s race. You can register online by clicking the Register Now button above, or you can register that day onsite.
Day of registration and check-in begins at 8 a.m. (for Runners) and 9 a.m. (for Walkers and Kids).
Absolutely! Families have the option of registering together during registration. This makes it easy to pay for registration fees (for the 5k runners) and can save families a lot of time.
Choose who will be the primary profile (mom or dad, for a family, or one of the spouses, for a husband/wife team) and fill in that person’s requested information. After the address section, click the box next to “Register as a Family.” Enter in your family’s name and everyone’s details.
This will create one FundEasy Fundraising page for your family. Remember that this page is linked to the primary profile you used at registration; you’ll need to use that email when accessing your family’s FundEasy page.
The FundEasy system defaults your goal to be $150. We have found that to be an easily-attained goal for our participants. Each teammate who raises $150 gets a free shirt (guaranteed to those who register/reach their fundraising goal before Sept. 1).
However, we encourage you to increase your goal to a level that challenges you – and challenges your friends/family who are supporting you!
That’s fine. You’ll need to find and claim your fundraising page.
Click here and type your name in the “Find a Fundraiser Page” box.
Click on your name in the results and you’ll be directed to your personal page.
Click on “Claim this page” on the upper right.
Enter the email you used to register, and you’re all set!
Need help? Contact Sharon.
Actually, the system does this for you automatically when you register.
After you’ve entered your registration information and click “Register,” a window will pop up inviting you to finish creating your Fundraising Page by selecting your login method. You can choose to login with Facebook or set up a username and password. When you’ve done that, you’ll be at your Fundraising Page. The first time you visit, they have a short friendly video for you explaining all your options.
Click here to log in to your FundEasy page. If you forgot your username, you can follow to provided prompts to reset it.
If you forgot to set up your fundraising page during registration: Click here and search for your fundraising page by putting your last name in the search box. Locate your page and open it. You should see a “claim this page” option in the upper right of your screen. Click on that option, enter the email you used during registration, and you’re all set!
Families have the option of registering as a family – instead of individually. This creates a joint FundEasy fundraising page. Choose your family’s primary profile (mom or dad, for a family, or one of the spouses, for a husband/wife team) and fill in the requested information. After filling in the address section, click the box next to “Register as a Family.” Enter in your family’s name and everyone’s details.
The system will create one FundEasy fundraising page for your family. Remember that this page is linked to the primary profile and can be accessed with the email you used for that registration.
Day of Event
It is a rain or shine event. We will only cancel in the case of lightning.
Thanks for your interest – there are many ways you can help out as a volunteer at the Walk and Run for Life! These include but are not limited to: marking the course, registration, directing runners and walkers, handing out water at the finish line, etc. As with Walkers and Runners, we encourage our volunteers to set a fundraising goal and raise money for our life-saving work!
For more information on volunteering at the event, please email Angela or call the office at (410) 431-5000.
There is no childcare provided during the Walk and Run. Families are encouraged to walk together on the Life Walk, and children are welcome to have fun on the Bounce House and playground, under parental supervision.
We love children! We have three races specifically for our smaller friends: Toddler Trot (ages 0-3), Preschool Gallop (ages 4-5), and Kids Dash (ages 6-7). They can also walk in the Life Walk, and if able, they are welcome to run the 5k along with the grown-ups. Children may be able to help volunteer with adult supervision. All kids need to be registered to participate. Register HERE.
We welcome well behaved dogs on leashes. Please do not forget to clean up after your dog.
Church Captains and Teams
We want everyone to be able to participate, and you are welcome to join the event on your own, with your family, or with a group of friends! Teams are a convenient way encourage each other along the way. But all are welcome.
Sure. Each team has a Support Teammate, which was created to accept and manage donations made to a team and not an individual. To locate a particular Support Teammate, go to FundEasy.com and enter “support” in the search box. Select the correct team, and make your gift.
If you need assistance with this, please contact Sharon.