Moms on the Run 5K Run/Walk

Sunday May 13, 2018

About The Race

Join Zebra Crossings for the 12th Annual Moms On The Run 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, May 13, 2018. Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are invited to join this family friendly event. This day celebrates mothers and we encourage you to join us in honor of someone special or for mothers everywhere! 

The proceeds of this even will benefit Zebra Crossings empowerment programs for youth and teens with chronic medical conditions.

The Moms on the Run Legacy

“Ten years ago, we were a couple of moms wanting to make a difference in our community, so we decided to organize an event. Our goal was to educate & create awareness of a local non-profit organization. Our first race had over 300 participants, ten years later we had over 1,000, and our event has donated over $80,000 to local non-profits. WOW, what an amazing experience this has been!!!

We are ready to begin a new journey. We couldn’t be happier to pass the torch to a well-deserved local non-profit, Zebra Crossings of Dover. We are truly grateful for your support, and continued support of the Moms on the Run race. Many thanks to all for helping a couple of moms make a difference. “
                                                                          – Nicole & Janet, Founders of Moms On The Run

Proud Member of the 2018 Dover Race Series

orgimg_5780_8d364aab2c768e0Participate in 7 out of the 11 races (one of them must be a long race) and receive a race series jacket! For more information on the Race Series visit
You can now also Register for the Dover Race Series at once! Now through January 31, 2018 you can register for the entire 2018 Dover Race Series for $199. Sign up and pay for all 11 races with one click! This will automatically sign you up for the series as well.

Start Time

The race will begin at 9:00 am. Registration will be open the day of the race at 7:30 am.

Race Map & Location:

Dover High School, 25 Alumni Drive, Dover, NH 03820.

Begin our USATF certified course (# NH 07013RF) at Dover High School on Alumni Drive and take right turns onto Bellamy Road, Cataract Ave, Rutland Street, Durham Road (Route 108), Bellamy Road,  and Alumni Drive.

Online Registration Starts January 2, 2018

Register Online or fill out this Registration Form and mail it with the enclosed payment to:

Zebra Crossings
Attn: Moms on the Run
61 Locust Street, Dover, NH 03820

$20.00 Advanced pre-paid registration (received by 5/11/2018 by mail or online).
$25.00 Day of the race registration.
$ 5.00 Children 12 and under.

The first 300 paid registrations (age 13 and older) will receive a Free Race T-Shirt. Additional T-shirts are for sale online for $10 and you can order online only through 4/26/18. 

Bib Pick up and Registration
Pre-registered runners and walkers can pick-up bibs & T-shirts at the McConnell Center Cafe in Dover on Saturday, May 12th from 9:30 am—1:30 pm.

Sorry, we can’t accept dogs, rollerblades or “Wheelies”. Strollers are welcome with the understanding they will start behind all other runners and pushed in a safe and prudent manner.

Contact Us
Race Coordinator: Nick Griffin at [email protected] or 603-312-2052 x1.

Awards & Prizes:

Gift certificates for top male and top female runner.


  • Plenty free parking will be available at Dover High School. Police officers and volunteers will be directing traffic and parking.
  • Please carpool or bike over to the event if you can: simplify onsite parking and the environment.
  • The turn into the High School will be closed @ 8:30 am on race day – please plan accordingly.


Anyone interested in volunteering at the event or to provide a water stop or entertainment along the route, please contact us at [email protected]


We thank our event underwriter, Dover Physical Therapy, for their continued support! We welcome new sponsors!

Please review our Sponsorship Opportunities and contact us at [email protected] with questions regarding how your company can be involved with Moms on the Run.

Thank you to all our sponsors for your generous support!


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.


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