2021 Run for All Children is Going Virtual
After careful consideration, the 2021 Run for All Children, presented by Busch Gardens and Kart 4 Kids will move to a virtual race format.
Staff at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital have been extremely busy caring for pediatric patients diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past few weeks as we've seen one of the highest increases in COVID-19 cases at our hospital since the beginning of the pandemic. Because of this, we continue to make plans to support the health and well-being of everyone in our community. This includes measures to limit patient visitation, manage supplies and cancel or postpone events.
We are disappointed and understand the frustration that we will not be able to gather and run together once again this year. However, this decision is a part of our continued effort to put the health and safety of our patients, families, staff and community as the top priority.
Event Information and Registration
With the move to a virtual format, participants can run at their leisure in the comfort of their own communities any time in the month of September.
If you are registered for the event: Your race registration has been converted to virtual runner status.
If you’ve not yet registered: You can do so today by clicking here.
Virtual runners will be mailed their 2021 T-shirt and medal.
Don’t forget — even in the virtual run setting, you can still fundraise for the department of your choice and make a huge difference for the kids at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.
If you’d like to alter your registration in any other way, including refund requests, you can do so through your RunSignUp account at www.runsignup.com.
While we will miss seeing you, please be on the lookout for additional virtual race details in the coming weeks via email and at facebook.com/RunForAllChildren.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your continued support of Run for All Children.
We are fortunate to be a part of Johns Hopkins, an organization with expertise in global public health, infectious disease and emergency preparedness. Visit hopkinsallchildrens.org/coronavirus for COVID-19 resources we are providing our patients, families and community.