BIENVENIDOS TO OUR
FOURTH ANNUAL

2021 VIRTUAL RUN

OCTOBER 30

A RACE TO REMEMBER

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS RUN WANTS YOU TO RUN THIS YEAR'S RACE IN REMEMBRANCE OF A PASSED LOVED ONE. IT IS THROUGH YOUR HEALTH AND WELLBEING THAT YOU CAN HONOR THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A FRIEND OR FAMILY MEMBER. IF YOU ARE ABLE, PLEASE DONATE TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND IN THEIR HONOR. THE SCHOLARSHIPS GENERATED THROUGH THIS EVENT WILL HELP THE NEXT GENERATION ACHIEVE ACADEMIC SUCCESS. WE HOPE THAT THEIR PROFESSIONS WILL BRING THEM BACK TO SERVE IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

THE LAST THREE YEARS HAVE GENERATED OVER $20,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS FOR OUR MARGINALIZED STUDENTS!

Virtual Run

What is a virtual run? Due to Covid-19 and the need for continued social distancing, our runners will run in the location of their choosing, anywhere in the U.S.!

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS PRESENTS FIRST HANDS 24 HOUR RUN

This 24 Hour Run is a test of endurance in an effort to humanize farmworkers beyond their economic value. A run completed in solidarity with the men, women, and children who sacrifice their bodies and health.

COURSE INFORMATION

Due to COVID-19, runners will be running their own course for the total distance they have signed up for. The time will be entered through the ASICSrunkeeper app and/or manually by the runner.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

  • Please visit the registration website for itinerary updates as we get closer to the event date.

Entry Fee

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION (ENDS SEP. 6TH) : $15

REGULAR REGISTRATION (SEP. 7TH TO OCT. 11TH) : $20

LATE REGISTRATION (OCT. 12TH TO OCT. 30TH) : $25

T-Shirts

We present to you our 2021 DDLM Run Shirt, designed by Saul Martinez.

If you register by October 7th at 11:59pm, you can submit the name of a loved one to honor on the back of the t-shirt at no additional cost. The name will be a part of a full design that resembles a candle light vigil. When registering, please indicate the name of the deceased so we can include it in the design.

T-shirt is not inclided with registration.

WHAT IS

DIAS DE LOS MUERTOS??

Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), is a Mexican tradition dating back more than 3,000 years to the time of the Aztecs. Taking place each year from October 31st through November 2nd, the annual celebration provides an opportunity to pray for and remember friends and family members who have passed. It is believed that loved ones are reunited with families on this special day. The tradition includes vibrant flower-filled altars, offerings that our loved ones might miss in the afterlife, including favorite foods and beverages. A day of family reunion and celebration, Dia de los Muertos becomes an acknowledgement of that which is an inevitable part of life.