When: Sunday, May 5 2019
Where: Boston Common
Event Time: 6am - 6pm
5K start: 7:00am
5K Run Registration
Once you register, you will have access to your personal fundraising page!
Early (before april 1) - $30
Regular (April 1- May 4) - $35
Event Day (May 5 on Common) - $40
All runners will receive a Walk for Hunger t-shirt at the check-in tent.
*Please note that registration fees are non-refundable
"Endurance Challenge" 5K Run & Walk Registration
Get ready to go the distance! Register to run and walk! Once you register, you will have access to your personal fundraising page.
Early (before april 1) - $35
Regular (April 1- May 4) - $40
Event Day (May 5 on Common) - $45
Beginning and ending on Charles Street next to the Public Garden and Boston Common, the fast 5K course is a great way to support programs that help Massachusetts residents put food on the table. This is a great race for 1st time runners or seasoned runners looking for a new PR.
- All 5K runners will receive their 5K t-shirt and bib number at the 5K Tent on Boston Common. The tent will open from 6:00am until the race start.
- Pre-race bib pick-up will be on Saturday, May 4. Exact locations will be updated in April.
- You will receive your bib number at check-in/registration that will have your timing device in it.
- Results will be posted online after the race concludes
- Paper results will be posted near the 5K registration/check-in tent
- Gear check for 5K runners is available at the registration/check-in tent on Boston Common.
- Project Bread is not responsible for lost items.
- The race starts at 7:00am.
- The start line is on Charles Street between the Boston Public Gardens and Boston Common.
- The timing and scoring system will begin recording your time when you cross the starting line.
- 5K runners will have their own food & beverage tent on Boston Common
- Guest speakers, live music and festivities will be on Boston Common throughout the day until 6pm, we encourage you to stick around!
- Medical personnel will be on site for emergency care as well as to attend to critical or non-critical injuries.