HOMEWALK 2015 MAPS:
Registration Opens: 7:00 am
Opening Program: 8:15 am
5K Fun Run Starts: 9:00 am
5K Walk Starts: 9:10 am
* Note: Runners and walkers will line up on different streets (runners on Bill Robertson and walkers on S. Coliseum Drive). The run will start at 9:00 am. Then walkers will move up to the start bridge for the walk to begin at 9:10 am.
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION
To avoid traffic on the day of HomeWalk, we strongly recommend that participants utilize LA public transportation.
- Expo Line provides easy access to Exposition Park located near Expo Park/USC Metro Station – 661 Exposition Blvd (see location of station on the Route Map).
- Suggested parking locations with free on-site parking include Culver City, La Cienega/Jefferson and Expo/Crenshaw.
- To plan your trip, please visit metro.net.
REGISTRATION AND INCENTIVES
How much does it cost to register for HomeWalk 2015?
The registration cost is $20 for walkers and runners (registration fees count toward your fundraising goals!)
What’s the difference between walking and running?
Participants who register as runners will start at 9 AM. Walker will line up afterwards and will begin the course at 9:10 AM.
How can I make a cash donation?
Email email@example.com and we will mail you a donation envelope. Then you may turn in your donation envelope on event day.
How can I make a check donation?
Just download this PDF of our donation form, and mail the form and check to: United Way of Greater Los Angeles, Attn: HomeWalk, 1150 S. Olive Street, Suite T500, Los Angeles, CA 90015. All checks can be made payable to “United Way of Greater LA.”
Is my donation tax-deductible?
Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. You must complete the hard copy donation form, so that we have your information. Unless the donation is over $250, you must request a receipt and you will receive one via e-mail.
Can I participate without registering?
No, anyone without a HomeWalk 2015 bib (provided at time of check-in) will immediately be directed off the course.
Are strollers, carriages or walkers of any kind allowed?
Yes, absolutely. HomeWalk is a family-friendly event and we invite runners and walkers of all ages to join in on the fun!
Are bikes, skateboards or skates of any kind allowed?
No, anyone attempting to use these types of equipment will immediately be directed off the course.
Are animals of any kind allowed?
No, with the exception of pets such as service dogs who must accompany their owners for medical reasons.
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