RBC Race for the Kids
Since its inception in 1986, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s signature run, and largest family fun run in Vancouver, has raised over $13 million in support of childhood cancer research and treatment and, as of 2016, pediatric mental health initiatives. Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are encouraged to participate and to start their own fundraising page to help raise much-needed funds and awareness for child health in BC.
Join us on June 3rd, 2018 for a 5km or 2km fun run at Queen Elizabeth Park. Save $10 when you register before the Early Bird deadline on April 12.
$150+ fundraising commitment
Closes April 12, midnight
Closes May 22, midnight
From May 23 until 8:30am run day.
*Ambassadors receive free registration by commiting to raise $150+ by May 30. If that minimum $150 is not raised by the deadline you will be asked to pay the registration fee or make a personal donation to make up the difference, whichever is less.
** Youth = individuals 17 years and younger on June 3, 2018
Find out how you can get involved with RBC Race for the Kids by participating, volunteering or donating. Interested in sponsoring the 2018 event on Sunday, June 3? Email us for more information.
Explore the team and individual resources along with event information and frequently asked questions. Search for a team or individual participant.
Learn about how your fundraising dollars are put to work, helping BC's kids.
RBC Race for the Kids Global Race Series
RBC Race for the Kids is an exciting series of eleven charitable runs supporting children’s causes in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Trinidad & Tobago, United Kingdom and the United States. Increasing in popularity every year, RBC Race for the Kids events have attracted more than 93,500 participants to-date, and raised over $20.5 million for children’s charities around the world. The races are part of our larger commitment to kids and youth through the RBC Kids Pledge, a five-year, $100 million promise to improve the well-being of one million kids and youth.