Ride & Run to Remember is now the Run for the Badge

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Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember. Volunteer registration is now closed. If you would still like to volunteer, you can join us on-site at the Volunteer Registration booth at the Run site or Ride site.

Why Volunteer? The success of the Ride & Run to Remember depends heavily on the support we receive from more than 150 volunteers. There are many ways you can get involved!

Who Can Volunteer? If you're enthusiastic, hard working and reliable and want to contribute to the success of the weekend, we need you!

The Ride & Run to Remember is a great event to get your group involved. To reserve a team for your group please email volunteer@rideandruntoremember.org.

All volunteers under the age of 18:

  • Must have a Volunteer Agreement and Release of Liability Form signed by a parent or guardian (not a group leader).
  • This waiver and instructions will be included with your confirmation letter.
  • For youth volunteer groups aged 16 to 18 years: 1 adult leader for every 10 minors
  • For youth volunteer groups aged 10 to 15 years: 1 adult leader for every 5 minors

Volunteer Roles

During registration you can choose your preference of volunteer roles. We will do our best to match your interests with our needs and confirm with you via email your assigned team.

Registration / Packet Pick-Up
(Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11)
Volunteers will distribute event packets and T-shirts and assist with the registration process.

Site Activities
(Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11)
Volunteers will assist with final set-up, event start and finish including related activities such as hydration stations located at the start/finish site, gear check and finish medals distribution.

Course Water Stations
(Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11)
Volunteers will set up, staff and remove hydration and/or food stations along the 5K/bike route.

Course Marshals
(Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11)
Volunteers will be positioned along the 5K/bike route. Course Marshals ensure participants remain on the course and stay safe.

Route Operations
(Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11)
This is a great team for volunteers who prefer to be on the move. Responsibilities may include marking the route, driving a truck with supplies, picking up trash at the pit stops or serving as a caboose to follow the last Riders. Volunteers should be able to lift 35 pounds continuously and hold a valid driver’s license.