Register Today! The Habi-Dash Virtual 5K/10K Run
Sunday, Mar 28 2021, 12:00am - 11:59pm PDT. copy to my calendar, iCal export
Runners High at LBX 4101 McGowen Street, Suite 145, Long Beach, CA 90808, United States (map)

Looking for a way to shed the COVID 15 brought on by months of baking sourdough bread while binge watching Netflix? Now is the time to start training for your next (virtual) run! Runner’s High at Long Beach Exchange is sponsoring a virtual 5K/10K Run (or walk) scheduled March 21st – 28th. This Habi-Dash is raising money and awareness for a great charity, Habitat for Humanity Greater Los Angeles, who build better futures for local families.

When you register for the event, you set your distance goal (5k or 10k), map out your personal course, and virtually complete your course any way you like (run, walk, hike) sometime from March 21st-28th. Invite your friends to support you, virtually, as you fundraise to further Habitat for Humanity’s commitment to a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Your $30 registration fee includes a Habi-Dash T-shirt, Runners Bib and Finishers Medal. Additionally, If you are one of the first 50 people to register, you will also receive a free pair of running sunglasses from Brooks Running. All participants must commit to raising a minimum of $250 and the participant who fundraises the most will receive a FREE Hypervolt Massage Gun and a free pair of shoes. Click the following link to register and start your training:

If you need a little inspiration to motivate you to lace up those running shoes, check out this spotlight interview with Melinda Goodbary, the Director of Real Estate at Habitat for Humanity Greater Los Angeles.

Runners High is a southern California locally owned specialty running and walking store, serving the Los Angeles and Orange County community for more than 40 years. Check out one of their three Long Beach locations and let one of their knowledgeable staff pair you with your perfect running shoe.

Habitat for Humanity Great Los Angeles has worked since 1990 building, rehabilitating and repairing more than 1,500 houses in neighborhoods across greater Los Angeles and the world. They believe shelter is a basic human need and Habitat LA strives to achieve its goal of eliminating substandard housing by making decent, sustainable and affordable housing a reality for all.