Closes @ Midnight Tuesday Before Thanksgiving
We offer three kinds of registration...
Individual, Family* & Teams.
Thanksgiving Day 5K run/walk & 10K run
The annual Give n' Gobble will take place in Sherwood starting at 9:00 am on Thanksgiving Day, enjoy a 5K walk/run and a 10K run through picturesque Sherwood, Oregon. The purpose of this event is to raise money for the Helping Hands food bank, affiliated with the Oregon Food Bank. We will also be collecting non-perishable food items.
Give 'n Get…a FREE Shirt!
Participants who donate a bag of non-perishable food will receive a FREE t-shirt (shirts can also be purchased on race day for $10). Proceeds and food donations will go to Helping Hands Food Bank.
TOP 10 REASONS
*5K Walk, 5K Run or 10K Run
Run Course Map
Walk Course Map
Last year we had more than 2200 runners & walkers on Thanksgiving morning and are looking forward to another record-breaking year!
***STAGGERED START TIMES***
9:00 am Start - 5K Walk
9:05 am Start - 5/10K Run
**Online Registation CLOSES at midnight on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving OR when we sell out.
BIB # PICK-UP OPTIONS
1. SHERWOOD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
Sunday before Thanksgiving from 11-3pm *
* Please note you must be registered by Saturday at 7pm to pickup bib Sunday!
2. THANKSGIVING MORNING
8:00 am Pre-registration Check-in/Bib Pick-up
5k walk/run - $34
10k run - $40
Family Package* - $79
*1-2 parents & up to 3 children in the same household
Youth (<18 yrs.) - $25
Teams - $29/person
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
SAVE $% - REGISTER EARLY!
Discount automatically applied, expires Oct. 31st.
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16956 SW Meinecke Rd, Sherwood, OR 97140 (please see map below for directions)
Get your run, walk or waddle on. . .it's a Thanksgiving tradition!
Help Make Sure No Child Needs To Go to Bed Hungry!
This fun event funds Helping Hands' annual expenses, enabling them to provide hundreds of needy families with not only canned food and other nonperishable items, but also dairy products, and fresh fruits and vegetables. This heart-warming community run/walk has become a Thanksgiving holiday tradition, drawing runners and walkers of all ages who want to start the day doing something fun and healthy with their family and neighbors while also helping those less fortunate!