$1 for every single product purchased from the Heart to Heart 5k is donated to GIRLS ON THE RUN!

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What is a virtual race?

A virtual race is mileage that you can run, walk or hike from anywhere in the world - any state, any country, on a treadmill, through the woods, on a trail, a track, or around your house-anywhere! 

Race FAQ

How does it work?

1. Join the Race

Join the Heart 2 Heart 5K Virtual race by signing up!

Sign Up!

2. Reward Yourself

After submitting your sign up form you'll be taken to the REWARDS page. Choose the rewards that inspire you!

You choose -

1. This amazing, one of a kind purple heart medal (above).

2. Your color & style of t-shirt with the female flattering Heart 2 Heart 5K design.

3. FREE printable bib.

4. FREE printable certificate of achievement (great for girls!). 

View Rewards

3. Run The Race

Run this race any way you want!

You can run it anytime, anywhere, or even add it up (great for young girls) or race for your best time.

In order to get the most out of our event we recommend joining the Facebook community for more fun and motivation.

Then running your race between the recommended weeks of December 13, 2020 to December 31, 2020!

For race day ideas see our Be BOLD Race Day Competition.

Be BOLD Race Day Competition

4. Give your running partner a virtual high five or yourself a pat on the back!

Congratulations! You've finished this challenging year stronger than ever!

Be proud of your accomplishment! We are sure you are already feeling happier from all those running endorphins!

If you rewarded yourself with a medal, now is the time to open it and drape it! Put on your Heart 2 Heart t-shirt and print out your certificate! What a great accomplishment!

Now what are you waiting for? Hit the button to sign up!

They ran early! What a great way to lift your spirits in 2020!


"My nine year old daughter began making small running goals and we have done them all together. We made a big deal out of each milestone - one, two and 3 miles. The pride she had in accomplishing these goals and then wearing her medal and shirt to school that day were so much fun to see."

- Lauren