Charity

Here To Be

Here to Be is a social impact program that creates access to yoga and meditation across social, physical, and economic barriers. 

The 519

Founded in 1976, The 519 is an eminent LGBTQ2S community centre in Toronto, and is committed to the health, happiness and full participation of our LGBTQ2S communities. A City of Toronto agency, and registered Canadian charity, with an innovative model of Service, Space and Leadership, we strive to make a real difference in people’s lives, while working to promote inclusion, understanding and respect. 

Charitable tax receipts will be issued for donations of $20 or more.  

Make a General Donation

Click here to make a direct donation to The 519.

Personalize your Pledge Page

And send it around to family and friends! 

Sign in to your account, select Menu, edit your page, then share it via email, Facebook, and Twitter.

Click here for assistance in setting up your page.

Pledge a Participant

Click here to search for participants to sponsor. 

Questions? Contact eroza@canadarunningseries.com 

Spectators

Not running? Let’s cheer on our city – join us at one of two community cheer stations around the city and share any snaps you take with #thesweatlife

OM Base – educator + collective cheer station
When: Saturday, June 15 – 7:10am-10am
Where: 7.6km Lakeshore Blvd. & Parkside Dr.

Run Crew Bridge
When: Saturday, June 15 – 7:10am-10am
Where: 5.5km Lakeshore Blvd. at Bailey Bridge

Finish Line Viewing

Spectator viewing is available at the finish line on the north side of the finishing chute (north of the existing fence line on Lakeshore Blvd). Participants will be running in the south lanes of Lake Shore Blvd until approximately 8:30am. After this time, spectators can also view the finish line on the south side of the chute but should use caution when accessing the road.

Pedestrians can cross to the south side of Lakeshore Blvd using the 2 foot bridges and all sidewalks around the finish & post-race area will remain open to pedestrians. The Martin Goodman Trail will also remain open to pedestrians.

Community and Charity