It’s easy! Log onto www.RUN10FEED10.com, hover over the EVENT INFO tab on the Menu Bar and then select your event.
The events in New York and San Francisco are timed races and include post-race festival activities. The Fun Run events are untimed Fun Runs that are being held by our retail partners. The proceeds from these Fun Runs still go to food banks in the city’s local community. In addition, participants of all events will receive a limited-edition FEED bag as part of their registration.
If you are interested in hosting a run, please visit www.RUN10FEED10.com and go to the Run On Your Own event page and click on the Start a Team button.
Run On Your Own is a great option for people who wish to participate in RUN 10 FEED 10 but do not live near a participating city. This year, participants have the opportunity to run on their own or create/join a running team to run with friends or family. When choosing the Run On Your Own option, individual participants and team captains will be encouraged to plot their own course on www.runtastic.com and run their own 10K or 5k anytime between now and Giving Tuesday on November 29. Run On Your Own participants will receive a limited-edition FEED bag as part of their registration. We will mail bags to addresses provided at registration.
To host your own RUN 10 FEED 10 event, go to the www.RUN10FEED10.com Run On Your Own event page. On this page, you will see an option to start a running team. If you are starting the team, you will be automatically designated as the team captain. This will allow you to invite your friends to join your team. You will also be able to message all of your team members through the Chronotrack registration site. As a team captain, you will be responsible for plotting your 10K or 5k route on www.runtastic.com and organizing when and where your team will meet to complete the 10K/5k. Participants on your team will receive a limited-edition FEED bag as part of their registration. RUN 10 FEED 10 bags will be mailed to each individual’s provided addresses.
New for 2016, and to celebrate our 5th anniversary, we’ve added a 5k route option! 10K routes are 6.2 miles and 5k routes are 3.1 miles.
New York City:
10K: $40 Early Bird until 5/31/16. $45 6/1/16 – 8/17/16. $55 – 8/18/16 – 9/18/16 or until the race sells out!
5K: $35 Early Bird until 5/31/16, $40 6/01/16-8/17/16, $45 8/18/16 – 9/18/16 or until the race sells out!
San Francisco 10K: $40 Early Bird until 5/31/16. $45 6/1/16 – 9/28/16. $55 – 9/29/16 – 10/29/16 or until the race sells out
Fun Runs (10k or 5k): $35
Run On Your Own (10K or 5k): $28
Included in your entry fee is your donation of 10 meals to a food bank in your state and a limited-edition FEED bag!
While fundraising is not required, we want everyone who participates in RUN 10 FEED 10 to raise $100—that’s just 10 of your friends donating $10 each! All of the money raised will benefit the FEED Foundation. You can begin fundraising now by logging onto www.RUN10FEED10.com and clicking on “Start Fundraising” or by clicking here to go directly to the Crowdrise site.
No! If you registered on Crowdrise this does NOT mean you have registered to run RUN 10 FEED 10. Please go to our website: www.run10feed10.com and click on the REGISTER tab to register for a RUN 10 FEED 10 event in your city. Once you have completed the online registration form, please check your inbox for a race confirmation email!
You must be at least 14 years old to register for RUN 10 FEED 10. Those interested who are younger than 14 years old must have a parent or guardian present when they register.
Yes, the events are open to anyone who wishes to participate!
All course maps can be found at www.RUN10FEED10.com. The New York City and San Francisco course maps can be found on each city’s corresponding event page. The links to view the Fun Run course maps will be posted on the Fun Run event page no later than August.
Unfortunately, we do not offer any refunds and we can’t allow someone else to run with your number. If you can no longer attend the event that you registered for, we can change your registration to the Run On Your Own option.
After witnessing the effects of hunger firsthand when traveling as a United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) Honorary Spokesperson, Lauren Bush Lauren founded FEED in 2007 with the mission of “Creating Good Products That Help FEED the World.” Every product sold has a measurable donation attached to it and, to date, the social business has been able to provide over 94 million meals globally through the WFP and Feeding America. FEED has also supported nutrition programs around the world, providing over 3.8 million children with Vitamin A supplements through UNICEF. For more information, please visit www.FEEDprojects.com.
Donations are made to FEED on behalf of RUN 10 FEED 10 and funds are then distributed via Feeding America based on the city or state (local level) indicated. There is a Feeding America member food bank responsible for serving every county in the United States, so the fundraising dollars from the races are then matched up with the local Feeding America food bank responsible for serving that city. The donations from the race bags may also be donated to Feeding America’s national meal operations program.
The full list of recipients has not been finalized to date; however, these organizations benefited from our 2013 event: San Francisco and Marin Food Banks, Greater Chicago Food Depository, Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, The Greater Boston Food Bank, Feeding South Florida, Philabundance, Alameda County Community Food Bank, Northern Illinois Food Bank, Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan, Forgotten Harvest, Capital Area Food Bank and Food Bank for New York City.
No strollers of any kind are allowed during the races or the Fun Runs.
No pets are allowed on the course.
We strongly discourage all runners from using headphones while on the course.
Instead of a traditional t-shirt, all participants will receive a limited-edition FEED bag!
Please visit our website to view our 10K Training Plans for beginner and intermediate runners.
Women’s Health has partnered with Runtastic to help RUN 10 FEED 10 participants find routes and log training sessions. Those who download the free Runtastic GPS Running app will be able to find local routes, access training plans and/or map your own course!
Yes! You can register for our Run On Your Own event program where you can choose when and where you would like to run. We encourage participants to complete their 10K or 5k anytime between now and Giving Tuesday on November 29.
We’re accepting Volunteers at our races in New York City and San Francisco. If interested, please message us on the volunteer page.
(New York City and San Francisco)
Final event details and packet pick-up information will be posted online, as well as emailed to you one week prior to the event. You will receive your limited-edition FEED bag at packet pick-up.
Yes, a friend or family member can pick-up your race packet for you, as long as they have a copy of your I.D. with them at packet pick-up.
We encourage you to register now to ensure your entry, as space is limited. Event day registration will only be available if the event is not sold out.
Yes, there will be multiple water stations throughout the course.
Parking information for New York City and San Francisco can be found on their corresponding event pages at www.RUN10FEED10.com.
New York City – 7:00 AM
San Francisco – 8:00 AM
We encourage runners to arrive early to provide enough time to check their bags and participate in the pre-race warm up.
Yes, bag check will be provided for all participants. We strongly encourage you to leave valuables at home. Women’s Health and the FEED Foundation will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items.
All runners must finish the race in 90 minutes (15 min/mile) or less.
Due to regulations on the Golden Gate Bridge, you may be asked to estimate your corral time during the San Francisco registration process. For New York City and San Francisco races, informal corrals will be set up by pace time on event morning.
New York City: The West Side Highway will close promptly at 7:00 AM from West 44th Street to North Moore Street and will re-open at 7:45 AM. All runners who have not made it to the half-way point by 7:45 AM will be escorted down the West Side Highway to North Moore Street where they can continue the run on the Hudson River Esplanade.
San Francisco: No road closures will be utilized for this race.
Fun Run Specific Information
(Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Washington D.C.)
Fun Run details can be found at Run10Feed10.com/Fun-Run.
We encourage runners to arrive early to provide enough time to check-in, pick-up their limited-edition FEED bag and drop off their belongings at bag check.
Roads will not be closed for the Fun Runs and we strongly discourage runners from wearing headphones.
We strongly encourage all participants to bring their own water. We cannot guarantee whether or not water will be provided by our retail partners.
A retail employee will be responsible for watching your belongings while you’re on the run. We strongly encourage you to leave valuables at home. The retail location, Women’s Health, the FEED Foundation and our event partners will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items.
We encourage you to register now to ensure your entry, as space is limited. Event day registration is available if the event is not sold out.
There will be an awards ceremony at the New York City and San Francisco events!
There will be 3 overall female and 3 overall male winners. There will also be 1 female and 1 male winner in each age group. They will receive a gift bag that includes items from Women’s Health, FEED and event sponsors.
|Male/Female Age Breakout|
|Age Group 1||14 – 29|
|Age Group 2||30 – 39|
|Age Group 3||40 – 49|
|Age Group 4||50+|