The Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance (MIOCA) is proud to bring you our annual Mother’s Day Time to Teal event! Join us in beautiful downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan to celebrate the incredible women in our lives for Mother's Day and raise awareness of ovarian cancer in our community. For 2024, the timed 5k will be held in-person in Downtown Ann Arbor with a fun run option available as well. A "Stay in Bed" option is also being offered for those who don't want to participate in-person but still wish to support the cause!
PLEASE NOTE: This race is not affiliated with Epic Races Goddess Run to be held on same day in Detroit.
All proceeds from this race benefit the Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance.
Choose your preferred registration
Please select your preference between in-person 5k, fun run or support from home
Survivors receive a 50% discount
We look forward to connecting in-person with our ovarian cancer survivors across the state. Survivors, please email Diann Glaza-Helbling at firstname.lastname@example.org to be given a code for 50% off your event registration.
- $25 - Early to 1/15
- $30- 1/15 to 2/14
- $35 - 2/15 to 3/31
- $40 - 4/1 to 5/13
- $45 - Day of
5k registration includes entry to race, bib, finisher medal, 1 ticket into our race day raffle and items from our sponsors.
Fun Run Pricing: $15
Fun Run registration includes fun run bib, sweet treat from our sponsor partner Washtenaw Dairy and entry to race.
Stay at Home Pricing: $25
Stay at home includes downloaded bib.
$20 - Time to Teal T-Shirt
Note that t-shirts are optional and not included with the price of registration. Race shirts available in adult sizes only.
You will have the option to purchase a t-shirt upon registration checkout. April 28th is the cut off for t-shirt orders. Race t-shirts will NOT be available for purchase on race day however we will have the MIOCA merchandise tent selling other items.
Early Packet Pick-up
Grab your gear prior to race day. Pre race day packet pick up will be from 12 noon to 3pm on May 11th, 2024 at the Ann Arbor Running Company store located at 209 S Ashley St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Come on out on that day to get your race registration packet and shirt if you ordered one! You can even pick up some new shoes for race day while you are at it!
Create or join a fundraising team
Our annual Time to Teal event is a cornerstone of MIOCA's awareness and fundraising efforts for the year and money raised from this event drives MIOCA's mission. The more folks who are fundraising, the better! If you prefer not to have your own team but wish to join an existing one, just choose from the list in the drop down menu on the fundraising page and you will get a fundraising link to share with your family and friends. All existing teams welcome your participation and support to raise funds for MIOCA, so please consider joining in with any of the listed teams.
Even if you are staying in your pj's on race day you can help to make an impact by fundraising!
As an incentive, there will be a Grand Prize for the team as well as the individual who raise the most money for MIOCA for this event. The winners will be announced at the event!
Create/Join a Fundraising Team: https://runsignup.com/Race/Donate/82288/BecomeFundraiser
Fundraising FAQs: https://help.runsignup.com/support/solutions/folders/17000128777
Have a question? Contact Diann Glaza-Helbling at email@example.com.
Additional race information can be found at http://www.mioca.org.
Ann Arbor, MI US 48104
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Established in 2011, the Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance strives to promote the early detection of ovarian cancer and help find improved treatment outcomes. MIOCA raises awareness of ovarian cancer, provides resources and support to survivors and their families, advocates both locally and federally, educates Michigan communities, and funds innovative ovarian cancer research.
The Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance (MIOCA) is a Community Partner of the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance.
MIOCA serves the public by educating both women and healthcare professionals to better recognize ovarian cancer symptoms for earlier detection and get survivors into treatment sooner. MIOCA is invested in Michigan’s scientific community by awarding ovarian cancer research grants totaling $750,000 to date. What is raised in Michigan, stays in Michigan, as MIOCA works on behalf of the ovarian cancer community.
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