No Girls on the Run Program at Your School? Launch one!

A site is usually a school, but may also be a community center or other facility suitable for a running program. Each site can have 15-20 girls participate per team. We are more than happy to speak with you about the process of bringing Girls on the Run or Girls on Track to a new site, just send an email to Janaule Bennett at

Step One:

Identify a Site Liaison to assure a smooth implementation of the program by securing appropriate training space and serving as a link between coaches, participants, parents, PTA and Girls on the Run. This person can be the coach.

Step Two:

Find a safe, dedicated space for running, as well as a rainy day location.

Step Three:

Provide two or three coaches. Please note that all coaches are required to complete Girls on the Run volunteer applications, background checks and certified training prior to participating in any GOTR/GOT program.

Step Four:

Complete our Online Site Application (see links below). Our Executive Director will then contact you to follow up on your request to start a Girls on the Run or Girls on Track program at your site.

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Girls on the Run of Marion County is sponsored by the Marion County Public Health Department

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