United Way of Forsyth County Announces Virtual Moonlight Madness 5k Race

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                             

September 3, 2020                     

Kim Thore, Chief Marketing Officer

United Way of Forsyth County


United Way of Forsyth County Announces Virtual Moonlight Madness 5k Race

Winston-Salem, North Carolina – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

United Way of Forsyth County has announced that this year’s Moonlight Madness 5k Race will virtual. The Moonlight Madness 5K is one of the largest races in Winston-Salem and the official kickoff of the 2020-2021 Community Campaign. In observance of CDC and State guidelines, MM5K will be virtual and this year individuals can participate WHERE THEY LIVE. The race has been expanded to three days and it includes walking, biking, and running in your communities with your family and friends. Participants can still form a group and support a great cause.

Community Engagement Director Tahja Gaymon notes, “We are very excited to be able to extend Moonlight Madness over an entire weekend and open it up to individuals who can walk or ride in addition to running. The safety of everyone is most important but we feel this is a great opportunity for more people to join the event who may not have been able to previously and at their own pace”.

For more information or to register go to moonlightmadness5k.com

Event Details

Races: Moonlight Madness Virtual Race Challenge (Run, Walk, or Bike)
Date: September 18-20, 2020
Location: Run, walk, or bike where you live! 
Time: All weekend September 18-20


Run, walk, or bike where you live. 


Your local park, community, or neighborhood. You can even run the Moonlight Madness course near Bailey Park.