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Cupid’s Undie Run San Diego

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This event is seriously one for the books, not only is it a great time, but you will get to run a mile in your undies while supporting one of the largest charities in the nation: Children’s Tumor Foundation. The kiddos need our support, and if throwing on your finest undies is what it takes, then what are you waiting for?

Grab your friends and shake your buns for a good cause. This run is finally making it’s way to San Diego this weekend on Saturday February 11th, don’t miss out on the action and sign up now!

Cupid’s Undie Run

This February, be part of something great. Cupid’s is a “brief” fun-run that takes place in the middle of a huge party at The Loma CLub at Liberty Station. Party, run (a mile-ish, and at your own pace), party, and benefit the Children’s Tumor Foundation, to #EndNF.

We encourage undies, but we get that it’s not for everyone – so whether you start a team for your friends, join a team or run solo, just come out, have a blast and raise some money for Neurofibromatosis research.

The Loma Club at Liberty Station
2960 Truxtun Road
San Diego, CA 92106

February 11, 2017

  • Noon – Doors open & the party starts!
  • 1:00 PM – Awards ceremony
  • 2:00 PM – UNDIE RUN
  • 3:30 PM – Earned open bar closes
  • 4:00 PM – Bag check closes, Cupid’s officially ends


Cupid’s Undie Run is a mile(ish) run in your bedroom-best on Valentine’s weekend. No, we’re not crazy, we’re just crazy serious about raising money for The Children’s Tumor Foundation and neurofibromatosis research.


Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder that causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body, causing blindness, deafness, learning disabilities and severe chronic pain.

The Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) is the world’s largest non-government organization dedicated to ending NF through research. Currently, there is no cure for NF and there are frighteningly few treatment options. The Children’s Tumor Foundation is a Charity Navigator 4-Star charity that prides itself on efficiency, spending 82.4% of its revenue on program expenses and less than 8% on administrative costs.

Cupid's Undie Run
NF affects roughly 1:3,000 births in the U.S. and is in desperate need of new discovery, so we’re on a mission to #EndNF and all proceeds benefit the Children’s Tumor Foundation.


The Foundation’s mission is to advance peer-reviewed research to develop treatments and cures for NF; support persons with NF and their families by making thorough and accurate information readily available; to assist in developing clinical centers and best practices to improve access to quality healthcare for those who live with NF; and expand public awareness of NF to improve diagnoses, increase understanding of the challenges that NF presents, and encourage support for NF research.


You already know we run to raise money for CTF and kick NF in the butt. But why do we run with our butts out? It’s simple. We run in our undies because people with NF can’t cover up their tumors. They can’t put clothes on to feel more comfortable, so why should we?


Register for Cupid’s Undie Run! You can fund raise as an individual, start a team, or join a team that’s already been created.


Want to get the gang together for some real team bonding? Team costumes, take a shot at the team fundraising competition (and prizes!), seeing your friends in their undies… what’s not to love?!

When registering, just choose the “start a team” option. All team members have to register individually, so just tell your friends your team name and they can choose it from the dropdown when they register.

Fundraising totals from your team members will go towards the team total plus each person will still be eligible for individual prizes. Win-win!

And don’t forget to hashtag your photos #ImWithCupid

Cali girl at heart who enjoys the outdoors, writing, adventuring, and spending time with my daughter and loved ones. Cheers! "I don't have to chase extraordinary moments to find happiness - it's right in front of me if I'm paying attention and practicing gratitude." -Brene Brown

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