2023 Virtual Fundraising Race

2023 Virtual Fundraising Race

Raise awareness about Lyme with your Virtual Race.

Organize a virtual race anytime in the month of May. You choose the distance, time, and place. 

Read more race details on the 2023 Fundraising Races page.

The ILC Virtual Race has no relationship to the Indy Mini/One America 500 Festival Mini-Marathon or Deleta Dental 500 Festival 5K. The virtual option is an informal option so that anyone in Indiana or beyond can raise awareness about Lyme and acknowledge loved ones who suffer with it. (If you participate in ILC’s Virtual Race you will not receive the Indy Mini t-shirt or awards)

Here’s how it works:

  1. Choose a distance, time, & place
  2. Complete the simple registration form below
  3. Create your personal fundraising page
  4. Tell people about your race

Then, you’ll either RUN or WALK your race. Take pics and share the news! You’re going to make an impact! You’ll help people learn about the realities of Lyme, and also raise funds for ILC that will go directly to help SUPPORT Hoosiers who have Lyme and to SAVE Hoosiers from Lyme and tick-borne illnesses. 

Register for the ILC Virtual Race

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If you raise $100, would you like an ILC t-shirt?*

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Race Participant Notes

  • ILC strongly suggests that if you have Lyme disease you seek permission from your doctor/physician before walking/running.
  • Any participant who raises at least $100 will receive an ILC t-shirt.

Support an ILC Runner/Walk

You don’t even have to put on your running shoes to make a difference! Support an ILC runner by making a tax-deductible donation on one of their pages.

ILC Impact!

"The ILC team walked with me by listening to my numerous questions and basically holding my hand through dark valleys."
—Ann, Bloomington
"I had become so frightened of being outdoors because of a possible tick bite, but ILC info helped me see how I can return to the outdoors empowered to be safe." —Anonymous, KY
“The ILC support groups were so helpful for me when I was in the middle of my Lyme journey." —Ricky, Fishers