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The 48th annual
Mile High United Way Turkey Trot

Denver's Greatest Thanksgiving Day Tradition

The Turkey Trot is back in Washington Park

For more than 45 years, the Mile High United Way Turkey Trot has been a Thanksgiving tradition drawing thousands of people to complete a four-mile run/walk to support our community. This year, the Turkey Trot is back in Washington Park, so get ready to run your yams off!

When you register for the Mile High United Way Turkey Trot, you are supporting families. With every registration completed, shirt proudly donned, and mile put on those sneakers, you help give all children a strong start by ensuring they enter kindergarten ready to succeed. You build stronger partnerships with families, schools, and their communities. You create economic opportunity for your neighbors by helping to meet basic needs and provide opportunities to move toward economic success — all while strutting your stuff-ing.

Register today! Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

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Get in on the fun AND support our community at the same time

Walk or Run the Race

• Entry fee includes soft, collectible t-shirt, bib with timing tag, and pre- and post-race festivities.
• NEW Start Waves are replacing corrals to help space trotters out. Choose your start wave during registration!
• NEW Family Fun-Run with a slightly longer course!

Learn More and Register
Become a Sponsor

Your brand will have the opportunity to be integrated into pre- and post-race communications as well as Turkey Trot collateral (including signage, t-shirts, social media, etc.).

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Support our Turkey Trot runners by volunteering. Learn more about volunteer opportunities available and register today!

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2021 Mile High United Way Turkey Trot Sponsors in Denver, Colorado

Join Denver's Greatest Thanksgiving Tradition