We’d like to thank everyone for their support and sponsorship of the 2019 Laurel Run! Without your kind contributions none of this would be possible. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU! For those already thinking about next year’s event it’s already being planned and will take place July 17-18 in 2020. See you then!

Virtual Laurel Run

Many people would like to be part of the Laurel Memorial Run & Walk but are unable to participate, either because they have other local commitments during Laurel Run; they’ll be out of the area when Laurel Run takes place; or they live outside of Western New York. For this reason, we’ve created the Virtual Laurel Run so that everyone can have a chance to be part of this wonderful event.

Taking part in the Virtual Laurel Run is simple. First, decide what you want to do – for instance, you could do a 5-kilometer walk or an 8K run, or even take on the 30-mile Laurel-thon. Or you could choose your own distance to walk or run (or bicycle, or rollerblade, or swim, or kayak, etc.). Then, sometime between now and Laurel Run, go out and complete your personal Laurel Run! You can choose to do your Virtual Laurel Run on the same day of the main Laurel Memorial Run & Walk; or you can accomplish it over the course of several days, which may be a better option for people who want to cover a long distance such as running 30 miles or bicycling 100 miles. You’re only limited by your imagination! The point is to demonstrate your support for people with special needs by agreeing to “Go the Distance” and completing your personal Laurel Memorial Run & Walk.

Participating in the Virtual Laurel Run is free. To make it official, complete the form below and decide what you want to do for your Virtual Laurel Run. If you’re feeling inspired, you can set up a personal fund-raising page and collect donations from family members, friends and co-workers in support of your personal Laurel Memorial Run & Walk. Everyone who raises or donates at least $30 will receive a Laurel Memorial Run & Walk T-shirt and a finisher’s medal made by people with special needs.  Click the button below to make a donation or to create your own fund-raising page!


Remember to post about your Virtual Laurel Run using the hashtag #LaurelRun.

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