Save the Date! Virtual Run for Ryan House is November 15!

As a health care organization who cares for some of Arizona’s most medically fragile children and due to the quickly changing nature of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have decided to hold this year’s Run for Ryan House virtually. So, be sure and mark your calendars now to join us on Sunday, Nov. 15!

What is a Virtual Run – You Ask?

Virtual runs happen on your own schedule. If you decide to sign up for our virtual Run for Ryan House, you simply record your time as you run or walk in your neighborhood, on a treadmill, or in a park any time during our race period, which will be announced in the coming weeks.

Who Can Run in a Virtual Race?

Anyone! One of the great things about virtual races is that they allow for participation from different parts of the country and anywhere in the world.  All levels of runners are encouraged to sign up because participants can choose to walk or run.

It’s a great way to get outside and spend quality time together as a family. Or, if you’ve already had too much quality time together (between remote learning and quarantining to name a few) our virtual run offers you some great “me” time while raising funds for the children with life-limiting conditions and families we serve.

More details, including race entry fees, registration, and sponsorship opportunities will be available soon. In the meantime, for more information, please contact Makenzie George at or at (480) 653-4829.