Are you ready for a challenge? For 23 years, the Toronto Challenge, presented by MonsterMortgage.ca, has been bringing together participants from all ages and abilities to raise funds for non-profit organizations that are improving the quality of life for seniors in your community.
Whether you're a serious runner, spending time with your family, or simply enjoy physical activity, you can take part in a timed 5k run, 5k walk or 1k walk through downtown Toronto. As a participant, you will receive a t-shirt, a chance to win prizes and be invited to the post-race ceremony in David Pecaut Square. On Sunday June 8, take the Challenge with your friends and family by registering today!
- Commemorative t-shirt for the first 2,000 registrants
- Awards and prizes to participants and fundraisers
- Low-impact aerobic warm-up from 9 am - 9:15 am suitable for all ages
- Race kit
- Free refreshments for participants
First aid staff will be at the start/finish line.
Bring a refillable water bottle and dress for the weather, including hat and protective sun screen.
Free downtown parking!
The first 300 cars get to park for free at Metro Hall! Be sure to enter off of Wellington Street and arrive before 9 a.m. Note: Cars will not be able to exit the garage until the race is over, which is approximately 11 a.m.
Prizes, Prizes, Prizes!
Plaques will be awarded to the Overall 1st, 2nd and 3rd place Male and Female runners in the MonsterMortgage.ca 5k run.
Medals are awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place Male and Female runners in each of the nine age categories.
Special awards will be presented to the oldest and youngest participants in the MonsterMortgage.ca 5k run, the Nissan Canada Foundation 5k walk and the Medical Pharmacies 1k fun walk.
All participants will receive a ribbon at the finish line.
Award presentations will take place on the stage in David Pecaut Square (55 John Street) beginning at approximately 10:30 a.m. on race day.
Commitment to CARE
Long-Term Care Homes & Services provides a variety of long-term health care services for residents in the City's long-term care homes and for vulnerable individuals who reside in the community. Long-term care homes provide permanent, convalescent, and short-stay admissions, while Community support programs include adult day programs, supportive housing services, and homemaking services.