Share your experiences of the CVNL Bay Area Human Race™ on Saturday, May 7th!
Thanks to everyone who participated! The Bay Area Human Race was an amazing community event — and the rain held off until after the 5K race! We’re catching our breath after Race day… and will be sharing photos progressively throughout the week. We encourage you to do the same. Please use #bayareahumanrace when you post your stories, photos and videos on social media, so people can see the Race from your point of view. Stay tuned for more news from the Race…
Were you a 5K Race participant? Curious about how you finished? Results are now live.VIEW RACE RESULTS!
Please take note: donations will be accepted until Friday, May 27th both in person and online. There’s still time to support your favorite nonprofit, school or community group.GO TO THE RACE PAGE
67 teams — keep supporting your causes through May 27th!
(live links directly to fundraising pages):
A – C
ABLE (A Broader Living Experience)
Casa Allegra Community Services
Cedars of Marin
Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL)
City of Novato Employee Team
Community Action of Napa Valley (CANV)
Community Institute for Psychotherapy (CIP)
Conservation Corps North Bay
Cornerstone Community Homes
D – H
I – L
Marin Advocates for Children
Marin Community Clinics
Marin County Free Library, FLAGship
Marin County School Volunteers
Marin Moms for 2Gen Equity
Mill Valley Philharmonic
Mongolian Nations Development Program
Nepal Orphans Home
Novato High School Cheer and Dance
O – R
S – Z
5K Run • Walk • Dog Walk • Community Village • Music • Food • Kids Races
CVNL expanded the Marin Human Race to include both Marin and Napa counties this year, and renamed it the CVNL Bay Area Human Race! For decades, this event has been a critical fundraiser, advocacy tool, and community-building event open to all nonprofits and schools. Read the March 23, 2016 Press Release.
Marin Center Fairgrounds & Lagoon Park
Race day features a fun and energizing 5K run/walk at the historic Marin County Civic Center lagoon park and fairgrounds, including music, kids races and activities, a dog walk, the Community Village Fair and a pancake breakfast. Everyone is invited to participate. Directions to 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael.
We appreciate our CVNL Bay Area Human Race sponsors!
Thanks to all of our volunteers
It takes a village to produce the Human Race every year. Nearly 100 volunteers help CVNL starting two days ahead of the event, all the way through Race day. We truly appreciate everyone who volunteered this year!
Need more registration forms?
View/download the registration form. Print double sided, on legal paper, with ‘actual size’ selected. Teams can customize the registration form and poster to highlight your nonprofit, school, or community group AND attract more runners/walkers to your cause and increase donations. The customized area fits a standard Avery Label size #8164 (a 6-up, 3 1/3″ x 4″ sticker) which you can print with your logo and call to action specifically for your supporters. CVNL has a template (MS Word) to customize your message, logo, and call to action. Spanish language registration forms are available upon request.
Ready to submit donations to be credited to your nonprofit, school or community group?
To submit donations that you and your participants collect, please download and use the Donation Form, and follow directions to ensure proper credit to your organization. As your team collects donations, you can drop them off every Thursday from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at CVNL.
Have you thanked your donors and supporters?
Organizations are responsible for thanking those who donate to them via the Bay Area Human Race. View/download the MS Word Thank You Letter template that you can use and customize for your own donor acknowledgements. We encourage you to use this thanking process to highlight your success stories and achievements. The CVNL tax ID number is used for the deduction. Tip: 70% of volunteers would like to be recognized & thanked IN PERSON, informally and on an ongoing basis. Take a-ways for the 2016 #bayareahumanrace.
CVNL Bay Area Human Race logo art
Organizations are welcome to use the 34th Annual Bay Area Human Race logo for race marketing material. Please use the art provided, and do not alter it. If you need a specific size other that what is provided, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read about race day info, timeline, registration information, a course description, fundraising, donations, the Community Village, tips and tools — including a checklist — for maximizing successful participation in the Race. View/download Team Leader Packet PDF.
Community Village — Fun for the whole family!
Nonprofits, schools and businesses host family-friendly activities at booths in the Community Village on race day. The Community Village is the perfect way to get your nonprofit, school, local business or cause in front of 3,000+ Bay Area Human Race attendees. Highlights this year include:
- Kids Finish Line with jump houses provided by Jubilee Jumps and games
- CVNL Pancake Breakfast — brought to you by board members of CVNL
- Fresh coffee provided by Red Whale Coffee
- And dozens of free refreshments provided by local vendors
Register for a Booth
Please note: registration for booths has closed for the event this year.
Announcing! Nonprofits can collect donations at their booth this year! And, if your agency has a resellers license, you can sell items at the event. Community Village booths are 10×10 space with table, 2 chairs, and overnight security. Set up in the day before the Race on Friday, May 6, 2016 from 2;00 – 5:00 p.m. Electricity is available for a slight additional fee. Nonprofit, School or Community Group Booth Registration CVNL, Members, $55; non-members $125. Business Booth Registration $300; Premier location $500.