We are so excited to celebrate with you this Saturday May 12th at the 38th Annual Human Race Walkathon and Fun Run. Our team and sponsors have lined up an incredible day of fun for all participants and we hope to see you there!
Race Day includes pre-race yoga and breakfast, a 5-mile course, live music and entertainment in route, yummy bites, family friendly festivities and a red carpet roll-out for all of our superstar finishers at the after-party of the Stars. We are also thrilled to share that DJ Sparkle will be there, spinning her magic beats–You don’t want to miss this.
Be sure to pull out your sparkles and glam up your track suit, because there will be a costume contest! We encourage you to rock our red carpet theme by dressing to impress.
If you haven’t registered or donated yet there is still time to do so. Register now to walk, run, donate, or volunteer at www.humanracesc.org. Individuals can register online until the day of the race or in person on race day.
Teams can continue to rally donors until race day with online donations accepted until midnight, while cash and checks will be accepted through May 31st.
Your online or in-person donation serves as you entry into the race. Registration will open at 8AM and the race will kick off at 9AM. Participants providing a donation of $35 or more will receive a complimentary breakfast and a race t-shirt.
Wondering where your donation goes? You get to choose! With more than 120+ participating non-profits, schools, community groups, and churches you are guaranteed to find a program or cause you love.
The race begins and ends at 2300 Delaware Ave in Santa Cruz.
RACE DAY BASICS
5 mile walk or run along West Cliff Drive followed by the Red Carpet Party of the Stars.
When : Saturday May 12th. Registration starts at 8AM and the race kicks off at 9AM.
Where: The race begins and ends at 2300 Delaware Ave in Santa Cruz. (UCSC Parking Lot)
Cost: By Donation -Your donation of $35 or more to the participating team of your choice serves as you entry to the race.
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