Running Events in Buffalo
Friends of Night People's 15th Annual Putting Hunger on the Run will raise support for community feeding programs offered by FONP to serve and distribute 137K meals in 2018. At the event every $25 raised provides 12 meals to an individual or family in need in Buffalo, NY. Everyone who has compassion for those experiencing homelessness and poverty can join this Sunday morning to help make a difference to benefit The Shelter of Last Resort.
The University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine will be hosting its seventh annual Run for Smiles 5K Race. The race will help increase awareness and spread the availability of dental care to those in need in Western New York.
Join us at this year's Teacher Chase, with 5K and 1 Mile distances on offer, with proceed to benefit Newfane Teachers Association Scholarship Fund.
A certified and sanctioned course through beautiful Buffalo neighbourhood streets, starting and finishing at the Ronald McDonald House at 780 West Ferry Street, Buffalo.
The Run event raises funds for the Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo, a home-away-from-home for families with sick or injured children receiving treatment at Buffalo hospitals.
A tough 5K run, with a great party afterwards for all competitors!
Embrace Unity Inc. is a non-profit (501c3) organization. Our mission is to raise awareness of the Opiate Epidemic in our communities and to raise funds to sponsor the Embracing Hope Scholarship for Women. The scholarship intends to further womens education through learning a trade or a certificate program while in recovery.
The Run For Life 5k Run/Walk benefits organizations in WNY who help women choose life for their unborn child. This year all registration monies will be donated to the Southtowns Care Center. This is the sixth year for the event and we've been able to raise thousands of dollars through registrations and sponsorships.
The Moonlight Run is dedicated in memory of our close friend Stephen Meyers. Steve was a wonderful father, a friend to everyone in the community and was known for his kindness and sense of humor. Steve was a decorated Vietnam Veteran who was awarded the Bronze Star with Valor, two Purple Hearts and the Vietnam Cross of Galantry.