Learn more about all Jimmy Fund Walk logistics in our event handbook.
Click below for more information per route including location, start times, updated 2023 mileage, parking, and shuttle bus information.
Can't make it on Walk day or prefer to walk in your own community? Check out our Virtual Walker program.
Walkers can register and pick up their T-shirts and bibs at Early Check-in on Saturday, September 30 at Wellesley High School from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Walk Day Check-in
On Sunday, October 1, at any start location, walkers can register to walk, pick up their gear, turn in collected gifts, grab their swag, and fuel up with snacks before hitting the road.
Finish Line Info
All routes will conclude at the Jimmy Fund Walk Finish Line Powered by Schneider Electric in front of Fenway Park at 73 Brookline Ave. Walkers will receive a commemorative 2023 Jimmy Fund Walk medal and enjoy finish line festivities. Parking options can be found here. Note that parking in the Fenway area is limited. Public transportation is encouraged.
Need a Place to Stay?
Check out our list of suggested accommodations along the route.
"Sign" the 2023 Digital Ribbon Wall brought to you by Bristol Myers SquibbSign Wall
Meet the 2023 Jimmy Fund Walk HeroesMeet Heroes
Listen to the Jimmy Fund Walk Spotify PlaylistListen Now
Print the Jimmy Fund Walk coloring pages and activitiesDownload
Print the Jimmy Fund Walk Scavenger HuntDownload
Jimmy Fund Walk Mailings
All 2023 participants that reach Pacesetter level, or 2022 Pacesetters registered for the 2023 event, by September 7 will receive the Pacesetter mailing by September 23.
Additionally, all those registered to walk in person by September 10 will receive their Jimmy Fund Walk bib in the mail by September 22.
Health & Safety and Event Accessibility
The Jimmy Fund Walk’s priority continues to be the health and safety of our community. We ask that you do not participate in the Event if, within the 48 hours preceding the Event, you have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19, influenza, norovirus, or any other infectious disease (including, but not limited to, fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle aches, headache, new loss or taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea).
The Jimmy Fund Walk is making strides to ensure our event is as inclusive and accessible as possible. Currently, we offer wheelchairs at our 5K start from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; accessible bathrooms at start lines, the finish line, and along the course; ASL interpretation at the Dana-Farber 5K start and during the finish line speaking program; and space for nursing/pumping parents at the finish line. Please contact us to inquire about additional accommodations. While we will do our best to address your needs, unfortunately, we may not be able to accommodate all requests.