United Way 5K/8K/1K

Set your calendar for the second annual United Way 5K/8K/1K.


After careful consideration regarding the health and safety of our community, United Way has made the decision to cancel the United Way 5K/8K/1K originally scheduled for May 2020. It will not be postponed. We are so grateful for your support and look forward to hosting the event in 2021. 


Our annual race, presented by United Way's Young Leaders Society, was set to return Saturday, May 30, 2020. The United Way 5K/8K/1K Fun Run features music, a photo booth, food, vendors, freebies and more! Get ready for an awesome run and walk along the beautiful trails of Bicentennial Park.

This year's theme is Be A Hero. United Way envisions a community where every person has an equal chance at a bright future. Join us by wearing your best superhero costume to the race.

New this year
We're excited to add the 1K Fun Run/Dog Walk to the festivities. Kids ages nine and under are welcome to register for the 1K Fun Run.

Early-Bird Registration
Who doesn't love savings? Register now to take advantage of the early-bird discount.

Jan. 1 – April 30, 2020
5K = $30
8K = $30
1K = $15
Virtual Runner/Walk (donation only)* = $25

May 1 – May 30, 2020
5K = $35
8K = $35
1K = $15
Virtual Runner/Walk (donation only)* = $25

Note: Online registration is available until May 28 at 11:59 pm. Race T-shirt not included in the virtual runner/walk. T-shirts available while supplies last. 

Race Day Schedule
6:15 a.m.: Event-day registration and packet pick-up
6:50 a.m.: 8K participants to start line
7 a.m.: 8K starts
7:05 a.m.: 5K participants to start line
7:15 a.m.: 5K starts
8:20 a.m.: 1K participants to start line
8:30 a.m.: 1K starts
9 a.m.: Awards celebration

Early Packet Pick-Up
Details coming soon.

Community Impact
Event proceeds benefit United Way and our partner agencies, whose community-based programs and services impact children, families, older adults and veterans across all walks of life and levels of need. United, we are fighting for a community where every person–no matter their background, circumstance, or zip code–has an equal chance at a bright future.

Details coming soon.