Trail to a Cure Ride/Walk/Run 2017 registration is now open for the Saturday, May 6, 2017 event. Online fundraising is open.
The Ride/Walk/Run is a rain-or-shine event.
Thank you to all of our participants, volunteers, and sponsors! Since 2007, we have raised more than $104,000 to FIGHT HIV/AIDS!
Download the event participant packet for all the event details! PLEASE READ.
Participants start at different times, depending upon activity chosen and distance. A route map is available for those new to the event.
Advance online registration is discounted and preferred, until it closes the Thursday prior to the `event. Walk-up registration is still welcome at the event, but it is $10 more expensive per participant. Also, be sure to note the event start times in the event participant packet.
We've made it simple for you to raise funds quickly & easily for the Trail to a Cure Ride/Walk/Run.
Getting started is easy!
It only takes a few minutes to create your online fundraising page:
Donations are tax deductible. 100% of funds raised by participants will be passed on to our event beneficiary organizations. In recent years, beneficiaries have included amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research, the Bond Life Sciences Center's HIV/AIDS research efforts, and Rain of Central Missouri. Beneficiary organizations may change from year to year.
Online REGISTRATION closes at 5 pm on the Thursday prior to the event. Walk-up registrations are accepted through day of event. Online FUNDRAISING remains open for approximately one month after the event.
Thank you for joining us on the Trail to a Cure. Prior to the event, we encourage you to reach out to your family and friends far and near. Ask them to support you and/or your team--or join it! Ask them to volunteer for the event itself. Ask them to join you at the post-event celebration.
If they are a business representative, have them contact us about becoming an event sponsor. The event sponsors help make it possible for us to direct 100% of participant-raised funds to the cause itself.
Your support is appreciated!
The board and volunteers of Trail to a Cure, Inc.