YOUR HEALTH. YOUR HEART. YOUR LIFE>>
RUN for your heart health and support healthcare workers
In these uncertain times, we cannot guarantee the staging of our annual Heartbeat Run which is a major fundraiser for the University Hospital Foundation.
But you can still RUN!
We are launching the VIRTUAL Heartbeat Run in the hopes that you will stay motivated, stay fit, and fundraise!
This event will take place between June 15 and October 31.
Choose your event – 10k, 5k, 3k or 1k! All events support the charity of your choice! The University Hospital Foundation (Edmonton), Calgary Health Trust, or Mending Little Hearts Fund (Saskatoon).
THE VIRTUAL EVENT
Sign up today! The registration fee has $10 going directly to the charity of your choice. The remainder of the fee provides you with a digital race bib, and official finisher medal that will be made available for pickup at our partner location at the end of the virtual race.
Run or walk your event, whether the 1k, 3k, 5k, or 10k. Take some time to pre-plan your route, charge your phone and track your run/walk on a fitness app. Your results can be uploaded to our official race results page.
Show your support by reaching out to your colleagues to help raise funds for the Foundation. We have some We have some amazing incentive prizes available. Whether it’s a return of your race entry, or access to great gift cards from local retailers, options available at all levels!
Adrienne -A UHF patient
“I’m just so thankful once I got to the Mazankowski because when I ended up in critical care in Regina, my doctors and surgeons here in Saskatchewan said, “We don’t have the specialists and you’re going to die if you don’t leave.” So, I was emergently flown to the Maz and they saved my life at the Mazankowski multiple times.”
Dr. Robert Welsh
It’s not an exaggeration to say that support from donors is the key to everything that happens here at the Maz. From equipping doctors and surgeons with state-of-the-art technology to fully funding world class operating rooms and research facilities, community support has played a vital role in creating one of Western Canada’s leading medical sites.