Lauren's Run / CURE childhood Cancer 5K Run | 2K Run/Walk
Tot-Trot | Family Picnic
June 14, 2020 | Concourse Office Park, Atlanta, GA

Campaign Progress


A Day of FUN:

For the last 25 years, hundreds of families have gathered to walk and run in support of CURE. Lauren's Run and the CURE Childhood Cancer Annual Picnic truly brings the community together, with families, schools and companies forming race teams to support our fight. After the race, Lauren's Run participants, as well as families diagnosed with childhood cancer, join together for the CURE Annual Picnic.

This is a day unlike any other! Dozens of games, prizes, elaborate face painting, enormous inflatables, music, arts and crafts, a full lunch, and so much more. Lauren's Run is a Peachtree qualifier!

Please Note: Only pre-registered runners will be timed. Walk-up (day-of) registrants will not be timed.


Adult 5K & 2K $35 Advanced Registration ($45 on race day)
(12 & Under)
$25 for 5K, 2K or Tot-Trot
Virtual Runner $40 (we’ll mail you a t-shirt after race day)
Picnic Included with race entry fee

Online registration ends Friday, June 12, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.

About Lauren’s Run

Lauren’s Run was founded in 1992 in memory of Lauren Zagoria, a sweet two-year-old girl from Atlanta with big, golden curls. Lauren’s Run continues in her memory and in memory of Lauren Kochman, a beautiful brown-eyed girl who lost her battle with Neuroblastoma at only 20 months old.

Since it’s beginning, Lauren’s Run has raised more than $4.1 Million for pediatric cancer research.


Find a Participant or Team

Schedule of Events

7:00 am – 9:45 am
Race Day Registration & Number Pick-Up
7:45 am
Warm-up for 5k
8:00 am
5k Run
9:00 am
5k Awards
9:30 am
Warm-up for 2k
9:45 am
2k Fun Run / Walk
10:30 am
Tot Trot (Ages 5 & Under)
10:30 am – 1:00 pm
CURE Family Picnic*

* Childhood Cancer families attending only the picnic do not need to pre-register for Picnic.

Top Teams
Robert The Great
Maddox Strong
Super ELLA
Team Jared
Team Delta
RGP Atlanta
Huddy The FireFIGHTER
5K for the Kids

"Robert wanted a cure to be found so badly and knew funding research was the best route. Even though he was suffering and fighting for his life, Lauren’s Run was a fun way for him to get his friends, family, and even strangers involved. He loved a good competition and it was absolutely one of his favorite days of the year."

-Kasie Hart

"Every year I love seeing the kids with cancer enjoying such a fun event with their family and friends. The event allows everyone to come together, support the childhood cancer community, and raise important research dollars that ARE making a difference!"

-Heather Reardon (Mother of Lauren Kochman)

"Our Lauren left a beautiful legacy after her short life. To see the healthy children and their families join forces with patients currently in treatment and run and play together at Lauren’s Run is the most heart-warming and meaningful experience of our lives."

-Janis Zagoria (Mother of Lauren Zagoria)