• Be A Coach!
    Girls on the Run coaches are enthusiastic, dedicated, and positive volunteers, empowering and inspiring girls using the GOTR curriculum. Coaches are committed to attending practices one to two days a week and the end of the season 5k.

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  • What is GOTR?
    One girl put it this way, "I learned that I am the boss of my brain." Helping girls take charge of their lives and define the future on their terms. You can also think of it as Can University—a place where girls learn that they can. No limits. No constraints. Only opportunities to be remarkable.

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  • Become a Sponsor!
    We are grateful to the many corporations, foundations and non-profit community partners who support us through their investments in the Girls on the Run program. Together we create a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams!

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  • Host a Cheer Station!
    Help us celebrate over 1000 girls and their achievement by hosting a Cheer Station at the GOTR 5k on June 11th or June 17th. This opportunity is perfect for corporate or social groups. Your team is encouraged to make signs, dress up, bring noisemakers and most of all cheer the girls on to the finish line.



Proudly ServingOrange, Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland, Ulster and Westchester Counties

Our Partners

  • Orange Regional Medical Center
  • Catania, Mahon, Miligram & Rider, PLLC
  • Greater Cornwall Chamber of Commerce
  • Unitex
  • United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region
  • St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital
  • O'Keeffe & McCann LLP
  • Post Material Handling
  • Laura Stevens Physical Therapy
  • Cosimo's Restaurant Group
  • GoGo Squeez
  • Cappa Podiatry
  • Randazzo's Landscaping
  • Hambletonian Marathon
  • PKF O'Connor Davies, LLP
  • HomeAdvisor
  • Zick Whited Taub Group
  • Excel Urgent Care - Goshen
  • Empire State Bank
  • Redfin
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