ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE PACKET PICK-UP SESSION LISTED BELOW AS WELL AS ON RACE DAY MORNING.
The most historic race in town for people with all kinds of cancer – and their loved ones.
The Story of Our Race
They said it couldn’t be done…..
20 years ago we started this race for people with any kind of cancer and their loved ones. Some told us it would be too hard to set up, too complicated, too challenging financially. And here we are, 20 years later, ready to do it again.
Baltimore race legend Dave Cooley was there at the beginning, along with his friend Larry Kimmel. They’ll be there again on April 23rd as REACHOUT & RUN launches its 20th anniversary celebration.
We’re expecting 1,800 participants this year, so be sure to join in for HopeWell!
Race day $40
Youth 18 and under $15
Please click here for a printable, mail-in registration form. ($5 more to register by mail)
There are no refunds of entry given or transfers of entry permitted for this event.
Individuals and Team of 20 or less - Saturday, April 22nd @ HopeWell Cancer Support, 10-3pm
10628 Falls Road, Lutherville, MD 21093
Individuals and all teams - Race Day Sunday, April 23rd @ Goucher College, Starts at 7am
1021 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, MD 21204
Race Day Schedule
On-site registration (at Goucher): 7:00 AM (cash, check, or charge)
5K Run and Walk: 8:30 AM
1-mile Walk with Hope: 8:35 AM
Ceremony & Awards: 9:30 AM
A team can be whatever size you would like. Please click here for more information.
Dedicate a star to a loved one and have their name be seen as you run or walk the course! Purchase Stars by clicking here and selecting "Stars" under team list. Cost: $25
The course will complete a loop through the campus and then continue through the surrounding neighborhoods. It is a scenic course that winds through the college campus and surrounding neighborhoods, while not flat the change in terrain will challenge any level of participant.
Trophies and gift certificates are awarded to the top three finishers overall (male and female) and the top three finishers (male and female) in the following age categories:
15 and under
80 and over
Supplementary Awards will also be awarded to:
Fastest Cancer Survivor
About HopeWell Cancer Support
HopeWell supports 1,200 participants each year – those affected by cancer, their families, caregivers and friends – who can come as often and as long as they wish.
All programming is offered at no charge because…
A cancer diagnosis, treatment and survivorship are financially devastating.
We are a community of care and a community of equals. We are people with cancer, their loved ones, professionals from many fields, donors and other committed friends, all dedicated to the well-being of HopeWell participants.
What Happens at HopeWell?
125 calendar offerings each month:
Support groups facilitated by licensed and experienced social workers.
Educational presentations and discussions led by experts in the oncology field.
Exercise, meditation and gentle movement classes.
Programs for children who have a loved one with cancer.
Expressive arts classes.
Informal conversations around our kitchen table and walks around our beautiful grounds.
Social gatherings celebrating the life of the community.
For more information about Reachout and Run or Hopewell's support programs, visit our Web site. For more race information email firstname.lastname@example.org,