RUN THE VIRTUAL B.A.A. 10K® TO HONOR OUR HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Under the guidance of both local and federal officials in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Boston Athletic Association has announced the 2020 B.A.A. 10K will be going virtual this November. For more information about the ongoing COVID-19 response effort, please visit our resource page to get answers to frequently asked questions about the virus.
Join hundreds of runners for the first-ever Virtual B.A.A. 10K road race, presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital this November as part of the B.A.A.’s #finishSTRONG challenge. Since 2016, 1,200 dedicated Brigham runners on 120+ teams have raised more than $725,000 to benefit 100+ areas at the hospital.
During this unprecedented time, the Brigham is working diligently to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak and safely care for patients while protecting our community and rapidly innovating for solutions. We need your help now more than ever before to honor our healthcare workers. The funds you raise when you run with us can support any area of the hospital, including the Brigham Caregivers Fund, the COVID-19 Response Fund, or any fund of your choosing. You can help make a difference for our staff, patients, families, and whole community during a time of tremendous uncertainty. We are stronger together!
Join us as a virtual runner
No fundraising commitment required–incentives for participants who raise $150+ including a custom long sleeve wicking shirt!
Virtual Race Details
- Who: Anyone!
- When: November 13—22*
- Where: Anywhere in the world!
* Individuals can run or walk a 10K anytime during the month of November, but we are encouraging everyone to participate between November 13—22 to create excitement for our healthcare workers.
2020 Virtual B.A.A. 10K Fundraising Milestones & Incentives
One incentive prize per participant based on fundraising threshold
Start a virtual B.A.A.10K team
The 10K is an awesome opportunity for colleagues, friends, and family to come together virtually in support of any area at the Brigham that is meaningful to them. The bigger your team, the better your prizes.