First Annual PILSC Legacy Run/Walk

June 12, 2022

On June 12, 2022, we are hosting our first annual Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre (PILSC) Legacy Run/Walk at Nose Creek Park in Airdrie, Alberta (or virtually for those who cannot attend in person) Funds raised by our run/walk will go to fund our support programs at the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre. All funds raised will allow us to continue to provide our programs at no cost for those who need them.

Join us on June 12th, and pledge your support by clicking the link below!

Providing support and community for those experiencing pregnancy loss, infant loss, and infertility.

Fundraising Goal

$60,086.63 raised so far! Thank you!
200 Participants Anticipated

Why this Matters

1 in 4
4.5 in 1000
1 in 6
"There is no footprint too small to leave an imprint on this world"
"There is no footprint too small to leave an imprint on this world"

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration is 8-9am (MT)
Pre-run/walk snacks: 830-9am (MT)
Warm up and opening remarks: 9:10am-930am
Start run/walk: 930am (MT)
Raffle prizes and awards: 11:15am (MT)
Beverage garden: 1030am-1230pm (MT)

We have 2km and 5km options for you to choose from.

Early bird (ends May 22) $40 adult, $30 youth
Regular (May 22-June 6) $45 adult, $35 youth
Family/Team $145
Children under 4 Free

Great news! You can still join us. There is a virtual run option for anyone who lives outside the Calgary area.

To register individuals you can choose either the 2k or 5k option. The family option is best for 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children 5 years old and up

Children 4 years and under are free and don’t require registration. Children 5 years and old will need to be registered.

The butterfly add-on is an additional cost where you will receive a live butterfly to release before you begin the run/walk. Butterflies are significant to us here at PILSC. They remind us of our little ones that are no longer here. That is why we have the option to release a butterfly in honour of your journey.

Prior to making our decision to release butterflies, we researched the ethical release of butterflies. What we found was when people bring butterflies into a region, they are not native to, the butterflies will die. For example, when people bring monarch butterflies (native to Ontario) into Alberta and release them, they will not survive.

Based on this information, we chose a company in Alberta that is ethically based with their butterflies. They only sell butterflies native to the region and are dedicated to ethical release. Should you wish to learn more please visit:

Yes strollers are allowed!

As much as we love dogs, they are not permitted at the walk.

No bikes are allowed for safety.

How to Register

Want to see how to register? Watch the video below:

Thank you to our Sponsors

Want to Become a Sponsor?

Contact Aditi Loveridge, Founder/CEO at