Thank You for Your Support!
Registration for the 2020 Run for the Badge is closed; however, you may make a donation to Run for the Badge until on October 31st.
To stay safe during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Run for the Badge was held exclusively as a national virtual event. On October 10, runners, walkers, and Memorial and Museum supporters across the U.S. participated in this traditional event remotely — raising, money, gathering teams or running individually, and earning prizes!
Congratulations to the 2020 Winners!
Top Participant with Largest Donation
Joann Felton (Solon, OH) Raising a total of $1,845 in donations.
Top Team with Largest Donation
Blue Wife Life Raising a total of $13,075 in donations.
Team Captain Becky Beth (Falls Church, VA) with 177 team members.
Top Runner who submits the fastest timed 5K run and raises $500
Roy Cunningham (Brunswick, OH)- Raising a total of $505 in donations.
His fastest time 5K run is 20 minutes and 20 seconds.
First Participant to complete 100K in total runs and raises $500
Brian Chambers (Bartlett, TN)- Raising a total of $1,085 in donations.
His total was 114K which is 71 miles. His average of 16K a day, which is 10 miles. It took him 7 days to reach 100K.
Fundraising for the Run for the Badge
Thanks to our supporters, we have surpassed our goal to raise $100,000 in support of our mission to honor the fallen, tell the story of American law enforcement, and make it safer for those who serve.
Thank you to the many participants who created their own custom Run for the Badge pages!