Join 103 GBF In The Fight Against Childhood Cancer at the 2022 St. Jude Walk/Run in Evansville
We love supporting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital here at 103 GBF. We do everything we can to help St. Jude continue their fight against childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases and now, we're asking you to join the fight with us.
Walk/Run In Person
The annual St. Jude Walk/Run has been virtual the past couple of year thanks to the pandemic, but event organizers are excited to welcome us all back in person for the 2022 event. The St. Jude Walk/Run will make its triumphant return to Burdette Park on Saturday, September 17, 2022.
Join Team 103 GBF
The 2022 St. Jude Walk/Run 5K (formerly known as the Give. Hope. Run.) is fast approaching and will be here before you know it! We are building our team to raise money for the children at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and we would love it if you joined Team 103 GBF - consider this your personal invitation!
Big Change for 2022
There is a pretty big change for this year's walk/run and it's one we think you're going to be excited about - we certainly are! There is NO REGISTRATION FEE for the 2022 St. Jude Walk/Run. With no registration fees, all of the fundraising for St. Jude will be done through you.
How Do I Raise Money for St. Jude?
When you register and join Team 103 GBF, you will be able to set your own fundraising goal as an individual (and help us reach out team goal of $2,000). You can meet your personal goal by inviting friends, family, co-workers, and Facebook frienemies for donations. Register and join Team 103 GBF Now!
Rain or Shine
The St. Jude Walk/Run 5K is a rain or shine event, and everyone is invited to participate! All ages and all skill levels are welcome to join. The walk/run course at Burdette Park will begin at the staging area near the shelter house, located just behind the park's main office and near the pool. From there, participants will make their way up the hill, past the pool, and down the walkway through the woods to Nurrenburn Road, before heading back toward the park entrance. The 5k walk/run will end back at the shelter house where it began.