Race Information

Show your support for Meals On Wheels Atlanta as we walk, run and race to raise awareness and funding for nutritious, home-delivered meals for seniors in our community.

The event will take place in Grant Park outside of Zoo Atlanta, and is open to all fitness levels, with everything from a 2K fun run/walk to a Peachtree Road Race 10K qualifier event.

Click here to view the 10K Route.

Date and Time

Saturday, August 4, 2012 ,
Grant Park, Atlanta, GA
Start @ 7:30 am



Our Sponsors                   


Help Raise Money!! 

Every step feeds a senior!

Please ask your friends, family, and colleagues to sponsor you in this event.
Donations accepted at:

Important Information

Race Day registration will be available. Bib and packet pick up will begin at 6:45 a.m. at the race. Entry fees are non-refundable. This means once we have received your entry, you will not receive a refund if you cannot participate..

Entry Fees

$38 until July 20 for 10K, $45 late and race day registration.
$25 for 2K Fun Run until July 20; $30 late and race day 2K registration


Awards will be given to overall female/male; overall masters female/male. Top female/male in each age group: 14 & under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, and 60 & over.

Location and Directions

Grant Park, start near Zoo Atlanta entrance.
From downtown Atlanta: Take I-20 east to exit 59A "Boulevard" toward Zoo Atlanta/Cyclorama. Turn right and travel approximately 1 mile to Grant Park parking on your right. Walk through the park to the Zoo Atlanta entrance. Please do not leave anything of value in plain sight in your car.

Walkers Welcome

The geneRACEtion 10K Run/2K Fun Run welcomes and encourages walkers to fundraise. Walkers will start in a separate wave.

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are the heart and soul of the geneRACEtion 10K Run/2K Fun Run. All volunteers receive a t-shirt. To volunteer, email Steve at shargrove@scsatl.org


Steve Hargrove

Supporting One Great Cause

Meals On Wheels Atlanta, a nonprofit, community-based organization, has been providing services since 1965 and is designed to support senior independence through meals, shelter, education and community.

Their programs include Meals On Wheels Atlanta, Home Repair Services, Vivian T. Minor Adult Day Care for Alzheimer’s/Dementia, and seven Neighborhood Senior Centers. For more information on programs, please visit www.MealsOnWheelsAtlanta.org.