MONSTER SCRAMBLE 5K, 10K, AND 1 MILE TRICK-OR-TREAT WALK
Make your personal achievement of running a long-distance race even more memorable by helping those who live with the unpredictable challenges of multiple sclerosis. Join us throughout the month of October at a location near you, and run to stop MS!
About our race:
The Monster Scramble 5K, 10K, and 1 mile trick-or-treat walk is just what you’ve been waiting for – a Halloween-themed, chip-timed run through one of our spooky sites. It’s sure to make your heart (and feet) race! If running isn’t your speed, choose to stroll along the one mile trick-or-treat walk route, collecting Halloween goodies along the way. We encourage all participants to dress up and have fun.
Click here to view photos from last year’s events!
When you register as a runner: The registration fee for a runner is $25 pre-event and $30 day-of the event. The first 750 run registrants (across all 3 sites) will receive a Monster Scramble t-shirt and finishing medal.
When you register as a walker: The registration fee for a walker (age 3 and up) is $5 pre-event and $10 day-of the event. All walkers will receive a candy collection bag and the option to participate in the trick or treat stops along the route and the “Kid Zone” stations at the start/finish area.
When you register as a volunteer: There is no registration fee for volunteers but fundraising is always encouraged.
While there is no minimum fundraising requirement for this event, we encourage all participants to raise as much as they can to support local programs and MS research. When you register, be sure to let us know that you plan on collecting pledges and we will send you a Monster Scramble fundraising kit! Prizes will be given to all participants who reach fundraising levels of $100, $250, or $500+ by the Friday before the event. Top individual and team fundraisers at each run site will also win a prize! All funds raised go toward cutting edge research initiatives to find a cure for MS and toward programs and services for people and families affected by MS across Upstate New York.