Looking to pick up your running bib before the event? Join us at the Gift of Life Family House the Friday and Saturday before the Dash to pick up your Dash bib and event t-shirts.
Gift of Life Family House
401 Callowhill St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Friday March 31st
3:00pm to 7:00pm
Saturday April 1st
10:00am to 1:00pm
Donor Dash- Sunday, April 2, 2017
10K & 5K runs and 3K walk
Philadelphia Museum of Art
2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130
10K begins at 7:10am
5K begins at 7:20am
Kids Fun Run begins at 7:45am
Walk begins at 8:30am
Until February 28th registration is $25
March 1st through March 24th registration is $30
March 25th through April 2nd registration is $35
Frequently asked questions
What if the weather is bad?
Dash is a rain or shine event.
Where can I park?
There is no official parking lot for the Dash. We encourage people to arrive early, follow all traffic/parking signs and laws (varies block by block).
Where can I store my belongings?
We have no place to store personal belongings. Please plan accordingly.
Can I register on site? How much does it cost?
Yes, beginning at 6:00 am. To register onsite is $35.
Can I run with a stroller?
No, but you can bring it on the 3k walk.
Can I bring my dog to the Dash?
No. We ask that participants leave all pets at home on the day of the event, unless it is a service pet.
Are there extra security measures?
Yes, we’ve been working with the city of Philadelphia to increase security, police, and medical personnel.
The 22nd Annual Donor Dash will be timed by Lin-Mark Sports, Inc. of Mantua, NJ utilizing the Chronotrack Timing System. The disposable Chronotrack B-tag will be attached to your race bib # and will remain there for the entire event. Overall winners are based on gun time. All other awards are based on chip time. Chip time is recorded by an electronic chip that is attached to a runner’s bib. Your chip records the time at which you cross the start line, the finish line and several split times in between. Chip time is often shorter than gun time because chip time begins when a runner crosses the start line while gun time starts when the gun is fired; many runners don’t cross the start line until several minutes after their official gun time.