Join us on September 22nd, 2018 for the 10th Annual Donate Life Family Fun Run!

The Donate Life Family Fun Run has been celebrating the lives of donors and transplant recipients since 2008. A 5k run and walk, our goal is to raise awareness for organ, eye, and tissue donation and celebrate the generosity of donors and their families. Proceeds from the Donate Life Family Fun Run benefit The Living Legacy Foundation’s community outreach and education efforts, as well as our aftercare program and workshops for donor families.

Each year, donor families and friends, transplant recipients, living donors, hospital partners, and supporters of our mission come together as a community and participate in the Donate Life Family Fun Run. In addition to raising funds the Fun Run is a great way to celebrate life, second chances, and the generosity of organ, eye, and tissue donors. Join us to run, walk, or simply to celebrate the incredible community of Marylanders who support life and hope through organ, eye, and tissue donation.

Register today at www.donatelifefunrun.org.

 

 

Family Fun Run Open House

Join us either in person or via live streaming webinar, Facebook, or Instagram for a Donate Life Family Fun Run Open House. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the event, including how YOU can help us make this our best year yet.

When: Wednesday, July 25, 6-8 p.m.

Where: In person at The Living Legacy Foundation or via webinar, Facebook, or Instagram

What:

  • Learn all of the tricks and tools of our new Family Fun Run RunSignUp website, including customizing your team and individual fundraising pages with content and photos.

  • Take a photo in our "Why We Walk" photo booth.

  • Share team recruitment and fundraising tips with other participants.

  • Learn about fundraising and team-building incentives (free Fun Run apparel item or helicopter ride, anyone?).

  • Order a dedication sign in memory or support of your loved one.

  • Pick up Family Fun Run postcards to share with friends and family.

RSVP Here