San Diego 5K For Healthy Kidneys 2020

1 Mile, Other

Event Date

Sun, Apr 5, 2020

Address

San Diego, CA

Pricing

Activity Today Later

5K

$30 $40 Closed

San Diego 5K For Heathy Kidneys 2020 Virtual Race

$30 $30 Closed

About This Activity

NEW as of March 14, 2020 - THIS RACE HAS MOVED TO ALL VIRTUAL PARTICIPATION. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and encouragement of social responsibility to avoid large gatherings at this time, we are moving to an all virtual race. Our priority is the health of your families and ours. Those registered by March 14th are guaranteed a t-shirt and medal sent to the address provided at time of registration. We encourage participants to walk/run/stroll a 5K on April 5th as planned in their neighborhood or wherever comfortable, and to share a photo (wearing their race t-shirt and medal) on social media using #ASFSD5K.  Questions: info@alportsyndrome.org.  Funds raised through registration and online giving benefit programs and services for people living with the challenges of Alport syndrome. THANK YOU. 

STILL WORKING TO DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT:  UP TO $20,000 Matching Gift!  Make a gift in addition to your race registration, and it will be matched by a generous anonymous donor! All gifts matched up to $20,000 until race day, April 5!

(Original In-person race option no longer available)  Family-Friendly 5K Run/Walk/Stroll to raise funds and awareness for patients facing a rare genetic kidney disease. Alport Syndrome causes renal failure, hearing loss and vision problems, often in teen and young adult years.  Funds raised from this race support research and patient programs for people living with Alport syndrome. So come on, join us for a great run/walk/stroll along the bay in the beautiful neighborhood of Crown Point in Pacific Beach. 

  • Digital timing in the bib tags.
  • Prizes for different age groups.  
  • Kids welcome.
  • Dogs must be on leashes and off the boardwalk running path by 9 AM (per City rules).
  • Race Packet pick up on site beginning 7AM.
  • To learn more about us, please visit www.alportsyndrome.org

 

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