Moms on the Run 5K 

A Mother’s Day Weekend Event

We are excited to announce that Moms On The Run will be returning in 2022! Check back here for updates. 

Due to current social distancing guidelines in place, the 14th Annual Moms On The Run 5K has transitioned to a virtual event.

We still aim to continue to celebrate this day and we encourage you to engage with us in honor of someone special or for mothers everywhere! Continue your family tradition and seek the silver lining during challenging times! We know we all need a healthy outlet, a boost of energy and to feel engaged during this time.

Register Now Online

Registration is open through Sunday, May 10 at 6pm. Bibs will be emailed to you for downloading or printing.

  • $15 for participants ages 13+
    • First 300 registrations will receive a Moms On The Run neck tube (no sizing required)
  • $10 for participants who do not wish a neck tube or missed the boat …
  • $10 for youth ages 5-12 (all youth will receive a medal)

About swag: We had hoped to mail the bib, neck tube and/or medals before the weekend. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 delays in production and delivery times, we will not receive all items in time. We ask for your understanding. Please know that as soon as these items have been received, we will send them out to you.

About The Virtual Race

Join Zebra Crossings for the 14th Annual Moms On The Run 5K this Mother’s Day weekend. Our Facebook live stream virtual start is at 9:00am on Sunday!

Start & End Time:

  • The time frame for this virtual race starts Saturday, May 9 at 7:00 am and end Sunday, May 10 at 7pm.

Please participate responsibly by maintaining social distancing guidelines. Find your preferred location that gives you space and map your own 5K route. You can be in the woods, in the park, in your neighborhood or on your treadmill. Please walk/run with your household herd only. This year, you can even bring your dog.

Timing Yourself:

  • After you finish your 5K, you can upload your time at to be entered into the prize drawing.
  • Race results will be updated throughout the weekend at
  • We will raffle off 6 gift cards donated by Runner’s Alley among all entries. If you never won a 5K, you can be a winner this time!

Support Zebra Crossings:

The proceeds of this event will benefit Zebra Crossings empowerment programs for youth and teens with chronic medical conditions. This year, we are ready to adapt our programs if needed. If we are unable to engage in person this summer, we are committed to providing fun and engaging virtual programs. Your continued support for our mission will enable us provide a support community for our youth and give parents respite time.

Theme it! Dazzle Us! Share Your Pictures To Win

Did you know a group of zebras is called a “Dazzle”?  On your virtual 5K, dazzle yourself and those who are part of your herd (household only please).  Be as creative as you like- unite your “herd” with patterns, colors, or full costumes!

Post your pictures to the Moms On The Run Facebook page. Ten gift cards of $25 will be awarded for the most creative outfits or herds! Pictures need to include your bib to qualify for this contest. Winners will be announced on social media and be notified via email as well.

  • Upload your Dazzle pictures to the  or  to be part of the top 10 prize contest. Each entry can only win once.

We Thank Our 2020 Sponsors:

We are very grateful for the support of our Virtual 5K Sponsors!

We thank Joyce Design Solutions for their pro bono graphic design support.

For inquiries, or ways to support the event, contact us at [email protected] or 603-312-2052 x1.


Each child is unique, but they also have a lot in common and can relate to each other because of their conditions. On their own, they often stand out in their communities because of their perceived limitations or needs. However, in our community, we find strength in numbers and feel empowered. The Zebra Crossings team is committed to furthering this mission.

“Before camp my son was embarrassed to go to the nurse. He wouldn’t take meds before gym, and then tried to hide his asthma symptoms and chest/lung pain.” Since camp, my son has been willing to take albuterol before gym class, has been more confident and willing to participate in groups with active outdoor activities.”

- Asthma Camp Parent

“I am not sure there are many places where there are such kind, caring people.  It is also a place where others have chronic illnesses, some the same as yours.  It makes it a lot of fun to just talk and relate to someone that you can’t necessarily do at school.”

- Teen participant

“Zebra Crossings has given my children a power they never would have learned to unleash. Here, they feel accepted, encouraged and understood. They are taught that what they believe to be their inadequacies, can really be the fire that burns inside of them and makes them a stronger, more courageous, and joyous person. Truly, Zebra Crossings has changed our lives for the better.”

- Thaia Katsos

“Zebra Crossings is a fun place where you can go and feel safe because they understand how you feel. You get to express yourself and experience all kinds of things and nothing holds you back.”

- Luke, age 10

“It is an amazing experience to not feel alone in the world. To meet and share some wonderful kid stories has given me and my family so much hope for the future”

- Family Camp Parent

The efforts of Zebra Crossings are supported by our generous sponsors, both individual and business. Want to join the ranks?


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