Pre-Registration has closed. Walk-ins Welcome
Download this form and bring it with you to register day-of.
The Derby Dash Run/Walk is a community-building event and an opportunity for individuals and families to raise awareness about the importance of kidney health and the lifesaving treatments of dialysis and transplantation. Whether walking, running, volunteering or cheering, this is a great community event and a chance to meet those impacted by kidney disease or organ donation.
All funds go to support the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin and their programs and services for patients and families in Wisconsin. More details can be found at www.kidneywi.org.
Event details and schedule
Saturday May 4, 2019 - Download FAQ
8:00 a.m. Registration (Runners, walkers) Pick up your race number, t-shirt*, turn in or make a contribution.
All morning: Kids and Family Area (Shelter area)
Enjoy bean bag toss, bubbles, horse shoes, yard Yahtzee, corn holes, etc.
Kidney Hub (Shelter) Visit with volunteers about healthy living. Pick up your commemorative bib!
Selfie Station Take advantage of our selfie station (#derbydash2019).
8:30 a.m. Derby Dash Costume Contest (Start Line) Awards for Largest Team and Top Fundraiser
8:40 a.m. Warm Up with Wisconsin Athletic Club Line up at the start line for stretches
8:45 a.m. Kick-Off Welcome and Announcements
9:00 a.m. Start – The Race Begins! 5K runners start first, immediately followed by 5K walkers, then 1-mile walkers
9:30-11:00 Race participants pick up your complimentary pint glass at the Kidney Hub (Shelter) Pick up ticket at post-race snack area to claim your glass
Milwaukee County Parks Concessions/Beer Garden We encourage you to stay and talk to other racers!
Musical Entertainment The Memory Makers will be delighting the crowd immediately following the run/walk.
After the Race Take your bib to Matty’s Bar and Grill (New Berlin), for 15% off your total bill
*Please note that T-shirts are not guaranteed to be available for those registering on race day.
National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin