We envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.

WHO WE ARE! Our mission, history, people and our fabulous partners...

WHO WE ARE!
Our mission, history, people and our fabulous partners...

WHAT WE DO Our programs, getting signed up, parent resources, and news & events

WHAT WE DO
Our programs, getting signed up, parent resources, and news & events

GET INVOLVED! Volunteer, race on our behalf, or donate to make difference ...

GET INVOLVED!
Volunteer, race on our behalf, or donate to make difference ...

learn. dream. live. run 

Girls on the Run® is a life-changing, experiential learning program for girls age eight to thirteen years old (3rd-8th grade). The programs combine training for a 3.1 mile running event with self-esteem enhancing, uplifting workouts. The goals of the programs are to encourage positive emotional, social, mental, spiritual and physical development.

 


GIRLS ON THE RUN NEWS UPDATES:

Get signed up for the Fall season of Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run and Girls on Track will begin September 15th and 16th at the following locations:
Hemingway Elementary, M/W, 2:45-4:00
Community School, M/W, 2:45-4:00
Hailey Elementary, T/TH, 2:45-4:00
Alturas Elementary, T/TH, 2:45-4:00
Bellevue Elementary, M/W, 2:45-4:00
Wood River Middle School, M/W, 3:30-5:00

Twelve years strong thanks to a vision and long time supporters

In 2002 our chapter founder Shari Kunz read about the Girls on the Run program in Runner's World and decided she wanted to show what the power of running can bring to girls in the Wood River Valley. And thanks to donors and sponsors, many who have supported the program since it's inception, the program has served over 1300 girls in 12 years. From simple actions to immensely powerful gifts, find out how you can help us to continue to inspire our young women! 

Athletes using the power of their personal goals to make a difference

Solemates is the fundraising leg of Girls on the Run.  Male and female athletes pursue individual goals, such as running a marathon, completing a triathlon or cycling event, or even doing our first 5k or 10k, to raise money for Girls on the Run of the Wood River Valley.  A team of 12 women will be choosing to sweat together, sleep in awkward places, and run under the starts of bear country this August at the Grand Teton Relay. Find out how you too can use the power of your racing to make an impact!