Running to help others!

Arlington Bunny Hop 2018 was a total success and was enjoyed by over 600 people including racers, volunteers and entertainers.  Events like this remind us of what a fantastic community we have.  The event was very special with 582 runners registered, lots of medals, and a total of $22,000 raised, of which, after expenses, $7,000 will go to our beneficiayry, Bridges to Independence.
     - Entertainment on the course included the Clarendon United Methodist Church Praise Band, the Trinity Brass, and "Tuba man"--all performing to make Race Day enjoyable for all.
     - 5 star reviews went to race volunteers, Arlington County Police and EMS services, and race snacks!
     - Bunny Hop Fund Facts:  The largest team was the Yorktown High School Lacrosse team with 30 runners.  The farthest distance traveled for a racer was a family visiting NOVA from India.  And runners under age 10 received medals no matter "how" they crossed the finish line!
     - Great weather for Arlington Bunny Hop 2019 has already been ordered!

SAVE THE DATE:  Arlington Bunny Hop 2019--SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019.

Here's a video of our very successful race on April 14, 2018 and some great pictures to enjoy until next year.

Arlington Bunny Hop 2018 was held:
     When: Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 8:00 a.m.
Clarendon United Methodist Church, 606 N. Irving Street, Arlington, VA 22201
     Who: Competitive runners, fitness/frequent runners, joggers/recreational runners & walkers/strollers.
     Registration:  For our first year, registration was capped at 1500.
     Costumes:  Costumes were welcomed and encouraged for the fun, family event.  Medals were awarded to three finishers with the best costumes.



The race's mission is to provide an opportunity for people of all ages to enjoy a fun, healthy, spring weather activity together and to raise support for local Arlington charities. The race is an Outreach mission of the Clarendon United Methodist Church. For our first year, all net proceeds from the race will be donated to Bridges to Independence.  Proceeds come from registration fees, donations, and sponsors. Additionally, several businesses have provided support in the form of donated services and loaned equipment. Join us for a romp through the historic and eclectic Ashton Heights neighborhood near Clarendon.