JCYC’s 2021 SF Aloha Run for Solidarity is taking place in-person at Crissy Field in San Francisco on Sunday, October 17th and virtually (same format as last year) between Sunday, October 17th – Sunday, October 24th from any US or international location.
This year’s run is focused on bringing our communities together to stand in solidarity against hate and racism. This is a unique opportunity for individuals of all ages and backgrounds to be a part of an uplifting and healthy activity which supports groups that are addressing critical equity and social justice issues.
We hope to contribute to a global movement for unity by engaging runners and walkers across the country in lifting up messages of inclusion and hope for communities who are targeted and marginalized in America. The 2021 SF Aloha Run for Solidarity is a platform for all of us to educate and lead by example through individual acts of kindness and compassion. All participants will also receive a distinctive race technical t-shirt & medal.
Proceeds from the run will be donated to the LYRIC Center for LGBTQQ+ Youth, Tsuru For Solidarity, and an additional Hawai’i based non-profit that we’ll be announcing soon, and will also provide scholarships for low-income, first generation college students through the JCYC Scholarship Programs.