Corrigan Sports prides itself in the great charitable work that its events brings to the Charm City.  Each year the Baltimore 10-Miler is able to make donations and help charitable organizations earn money from their cause by using the event as a fundraising and awareness platform.  The organizations below have been officially recognized by the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Baltimore 10-Miler as charity partners for the upcoming event.

Please consider Running for a Cause and making each step you take during your tour of Charm City worth that much more to the lives of those in need.


Click on the Charity Name Below for more information on how you can help them raise funds for their cause.

Athletes Serving Athletes

Athletes Serving Athletes (ASA) is a non-profit organization that brings people together to experience the joy, excitement, and thrill of competition. ASA offers innovative athletic training, supportive mentor relationships, and high quality endurance events for athletes living with disabilities. ASA uses athletic activity as a catalyst for personal development—improving physical fitness, increasing self-esteem and empowering challenged youth to meet their highest potential. We inspire all people to give of themselves and live more active lifestyles, pursuing a high quality of life and achievement.   Our  WINGMAN Program is specifically designed to empower ASA athletes living with little to no mobility, but whose hearts hold the desire to race in mainstream running events, the opportunity to compete. Each of these ASA athletes is supported by his or her own unique WingMan Team.  We look to volunteers to raise money and awareness for Athletes Serving Athletes serving as a WingMan or a member of the ASA Road Crew which does not physically “push” an athlete.  Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions.

Back on My Feet
Back on my Feet 2016


Back on My Feet (BoMF) combats homelessness through the power of running, community support, and essential employment and housing resources.

The organization’s mission is not to create runners within the homeless population, but to use running to createself-sufficiency in the lives of those experiencing homelessness. The program’s success is measured by how many Members achieve independence through employment and housing.

Joining our Back on My Feet Baltimore team for the 10 Miler means joining a team of over 200 strong! FundRacers earn a free entry, signature BoMF swag, training plans, and invitation to our pre-race pasta party and a personal FundRacing page.

Visit our website to find out more about how you can join the BoMF FundRacing team, or how you can support BoMF just by registering!

Contact: Sydney Van Horn email: [email protected] phone: 215.410.9345

Team Diabetes

American Diabetes Association (Team Diabetes) The funds raised through Team Diabetes will support the American Diabetes Association in their mission to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. Runners who register on will receive free race registration. In addition to the perks provided by the Baltimore Ten Miler you will also be invited to a VIP packet pick up and pre-race party and you will receive unlimited access to the ADA finish line tent with delicious food, cold beer and fun prizes!

Our spots are limited so sign up today! If you have any questions please contact Katie Audy at 410-265-0075 extension 4670 or [email protected]

Signal 13

The Baltimore 10 Miler will once again benefit The Signal 13 Foundation and the zoo. The Signal 13 Foundation’s mission is to provide financial assistance to Baltimore Police Department personnel, both civilian and sworn, who unexpectedly suffer extreme personal emergencies. “The Baltimore 10 Miler is a flagship event for the Foundation,” said Greg Devou, Signal 13 Board President. “Not only is it a great opportunity to raise funds, but the public awareness generated thru officers also running in the event is immeasurable. We are excited about the elevated status of the event and proud to partner with Corrigan Sports Enterprises.”

Girls on the Run

 Girls on the Run of the Greater Chesapeake inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.

Girls on the Run is not a running program, but rather a girls youth development program that uses the power of running to teach girls life skills and develop self-confidence. Our 10-week curriculum culminates in a non-competitive 5K event in which girls learn very tangible lessons about goal setting and accomplishing difficult things — lessons they then apply in all aspects of their lives.

Becoming a member of the Girls on the Run SoleMates team not only changes girls’ lives, but also includes a free race entry, GOTR swag, training plans, and a personal fundraising page.

Visit our website to find out more about how you can join our SoleMates team or learn more about Girls on the Run.

For questions, please contact Heather Hatfield at [email protected].


For more information about the event or to learn how to become an official charity partner, please contact [email protected]