Virtual 2020 Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend Powered by AfterShokz
November 5-8, 2020
Our bibs have sold out for this virtual event.
Join Team Resilience at the Walt Disney World® Resort for the 2020 Disney Wine and Dine Half Marathon Weekend! You can choose from any of the races, including the 5K, 10K, Half Marathon or Disney Two Course Challenge. Whether you are a beginner or veteran runner, you will truly enjoy the sites and magic of Disney as you run through Walt Disney World®. All while earning a one-of-a-kind Disney finisher medal and snapping photos with your favorite Disney villains.
You'll raise awareness of bleeding disorders, rare genetic diseases, and funds for our Helping Hands program. You will be helping families keep their homes due to missing work for a hospitalization, provide them with durable medical supplies or travel expenses to specialty medical appointments. Helping Hands does everything to take some of the burden off of families struggling daily. With your help, together can give them hope and strength to be resilient!
Why run with Team Resilience?
•Guaranteed race entry, even if the race sells out through runDisney
•Event-Day Team Resilience T-Shirt
•Access to specially priced room rates at participating Walt Disney World® Resorts and Walt Disney World® Theme Park Tickets, pending availability •runDisney finisher medal
•runDisney participant shirt
•Personalized race bib, if registered through runDisney by August 4, 2020 •Personal fundraising page
•Pre-written emails to send to help you reach your goal
•Ongoing fundraising support from HFA •Training resources
•Mentor/Buddy program for new runners •Complimentary transportation from the event host resorts
•Encouragement throughout your runDisney journey
Meet Meghan! She was inspired to take her family's journey to another level by giving back to the community that's been there for her as she educated herself.
Meghan says, "My son was diagnosed with severe hemophilia B in the spring of 2019. He has been my inspiration to do many things in the last year and continues to inspire me daily. My drive to raise support not only stems from Grayson, but everyone in the bleeding disorder community and their families. Everyone needs support. Everyone has their unique story, just like us. This is my way to say, ‘We understand what you’re going through and we are here to show support for others in our community.’”