Brigham and Women's Hospital
Presenting Sponsor and Exclusive Fundraising Partner
RUN FOR THE BRIGHAM TO HONOR OUR HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Every day, patients and families come to the Brigham seeking world-class, personalized, and compassionate care in virtually every medical specialty. The B.A.A. 10K marks a special opportunity to bring our community together to support the healing and life-saving work of the Brigham. The Brigham cares for patients from New England, throughout the United States, and from 120 countries around the world. Every day, our clinicians, researchers, and staff work to find new ways to predict, prevent, and treat the most challenging diseases of our time while delivering world-class care with a profoundly human touch.
Since 2016, more than 2,100 runners and 180 teams have taken part in this annual Brigham tradition raising $1.2 million to benefit 100 areas of the hospital including the Brigham Caregivers Fund, COVID-19 Response Fund, and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Fund. You can start a team, join a team, or run on your own! Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference while having fun.
RUNNER PERKS INCLUDE
- Gear to wear on race day
- Chance to win special prizes
- Team coach and training advice
- Access to Brigham tent
- Pre-race amenities
- Private bathrooms
- Post-race party with beer, food, and fun!
WHY WE RUN
“For the past six years I served as captain of the Bone to Run team, benefiting the Brigham Sports Medicine Fund—and I can’t wait to do it again. The perks were amazing, but best of all, I got a chance to create a lasting bond with colleagues and friends who are passionate about racing critical funds for the Department of Orthopedics.” - Liz Matzkin, MD
“Participating in the Brigham’s 10K race was an amazing experience. I couldn’t have asked for a better way to honor my late husband Luke’s battle with brain cancer while supporting the Brigham Brain Tumor fund and thanking Luke’s caregivers for their extraordinary love and support.” - Michelle Beauchemin, Luke’s Angels Brain Tumor Fund at the Brigham