Run The Falmouth Road Race

August 18, 2019

Run The Falmouth Road Race

Join us on Sunday, August 16 to run the Falmouth Road Race!

During this unprecedented time, Brigham and Women’s Hospital is working diligently to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak and safely care for patients while protecting our community.

The Brigham needs your help, now more than ever before and the funds you raise when you run with us can support any area of the hospital, including the response to COVID-19 and the Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation. You can help make a difference for our caregivers, staff, patients, and their families during a time of tremendous uncertainty.

The Brigham is working closely with the New Balance Falmouth Road Race Management Team as they monitor COVID-19 developments and evaluate the event’s feasibility for August 16. The Brigham will adjust fundraising commitments and deadlines in accordance with any changes made by the New Balance Falmouth Road Race Management Team.

We are stronger together!

Early Bird Special:
Guarantee your bib now with a special fundraising minimum of $750. This offer is good until June 30 at midnight. Charity runners are also responsible for the Falmouth Road Race charity registration fee of $175 per runner.

Runners can support life-giving breakthroughs through one of the following:

“BWH logo
“Stepping Strong logo

Runner perks

  • Guaranteed race entry (runner is responsible for the $175 charity race fee)
  • Singlet to wear on race day
  • Access to a running coach who can provide guidance and support
  • Pre-race party in Boston with fellow runners

Fundraising commitment

$750 now through June 30
$1,000 after July 1
$300 for a non-charity bib secured by runner

The New Balance Falmouth Road Race Management Team will continue to monitor COVID-19 developments and evaluate whether the event date of August 16 and/or event logistics need to be changed to assure the safety of runners, volunteers, and event staff.

Questions? Contact Alexa Ramer at BWHteam@partners.org or 617-424-4376