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Finish Chelsea's Run in Partnership with Girl Scouts San Diego

Saturday, March 3, 2018 
Balboa Park

Join us for the eighth annual Finish Chelsea’s Run and family festival in beautiful Balboa Park. More than 8,000 participants will run, walk, skip or stroll the “Short and Sweet” one-mile or the super-scenic 5K (3.1-mile) route through the historic park and onto Highway 163. All routes lead runners to the finish line party and family festival complete with live music, family fun and refreshments. Every Girl Scout participant receives a patch.

Chelsea’s Light Foundation and Girl Scouts San Diego are proud to be partners for this inspirational race that unites the community to raise awareness about protecting children and create positive change.


Are you a #changemaker? Ready to enhance and strengthen your leadership skills? Apply to be a Student Ambassador where you will work with volunteers, your principal and teachers to rally your school community and make a difference in San Diego. (All students in grades K-12 are welcome and will be provided age appropriate support.)

Register your team — troop, service unit, or school — or sign up as an individual early to get the best prices!

Entry Fees:

Saturday, Nov. 11-Wednesday, Jan. 31

    Adult (age 19+) $40
    Youth (age 6-18) $25
    Child (age 5 or younger) $10

Thursday, Feb. 1-Friday, March 2
    Adult (age 19+) $45
    Youth (age 6-18) $30
    Child (age 5 or younger) $10

Event Day, Saturday, March 3
    Adult (age 19+) $50
    Youth (age 6-18) $35
    Child (age 5 or younger) $15

Funds raised through Finish Chelsea’s Run fuel Chelsea’s Light Sunflower Scholarship Fund, the expansion of Chelsea’s Law and Girl Scouts San Diego’s mission-based programs.

Girl Scouts played an important role in Chelsea’s life from a very early age, and I had the great joy and privilege of being a Girl Scout troop leader. Girl Scouts is where Chelsea first learned that her voice mattered and that she could make a difference.”

Chelsea King’s mother, Kelly