Heartbeat Run

The Saskatoon Heartbeat Run

The Saskatoon Heartbeat Run is an annual event, hosted by Multisports Canada and Race Director is Edda from Eddas Events! All funds raised support pediatric cardiology through Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation and Mending Little Hearts Fund of Saskatchewan.

There are three options to choose from to participate as a runner:

A lengthy 10km run,

A more compact 5km run,

And what we call the 1km Fun Run!

The runs can be completed as a team, or as an individual. Whether you’re a family who wants to enjoy the crisp fall air, or an experienced runner looking to wrap up the season with a chip-timed race, there’s something for everyone to participate in the Heartbeat Run.

 

REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE: Saskatoon Virtual Heartbeat Run 2020

Something For Everyone

Regardless of your activity level, there’s an event everyone can participate in. Walk, run, or jog, you can get moving for the Mending Little Hearts Heartbeat Run! Register as an individual or team to participate in any of the following:

  • 10km run
  • 5 km run/walk
  • 1km Fun Run

Early Bird Registration: March 31st

Register Here: Saskatoon Virtual Heartbeat Run 2020

Raise Money For a Great Cause

The more you raise, the more you get! Here is a breakdown of the following pledge reward levels:

  • Raise $250 – Receive a FREE Heartbeat Run Tech T-shirt upgrade
  • Raise $500 – Receive FREE race entry for next year’s run
  • Raise $750 – Receive a FREE Heartbeat Run Tech T-shirt & FREE race entry
  • Raise $1,000 – Receive a FREE Heartbeat Run Tech T-shirt & FREE race entry & a $50 gift card!

 

How to Get Involved
With the Heartbeat Run

 

There are various ways in which you can support Mending Little Hearts by participating in the Heartbeat Run:

Register as a runner, set a goal, and collect pledges to participate in the run and reach your goal!

Volunteer to help coordinate the event and ensure things run smoothly

Please contact us to inquire about other ways you can donate your time or money to the Mending Little Hearts Fund!