Orioles team up with KidsPeace for sixth annual trick-or-trot 5K/1-Mile Walk at Oriole Park

The Baltimore Orioles, OriolesREACH, and manager Buck Showalter and his wife, Angela, are once again joining forces with KidsPeace to host a Halloween-themed race to benefit children in foster care.

The sixth annual Trick-or-Trot 5K/1-Mile Walk will be held on Saturday, October 31, and will once again begin and end at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Halloween costumes are encouraged and prizes will be awarded for top runners, age group winners, and best costumes. Additionally, a pre- and post-race party will feature a costume contest, face painting, food, and Halloween fun with Buck and Angela Showalter, as well as the Oriole Bird.

Interested runners and walkers can register at www.orioles.com/kidspeace. The registration fee is $35 through October 27 and $40 on race day.

"Angela and I are thankful for this opportunity to host the sixth annual KidsPeace Trick-or-Trot," said Buck Showalter. "We believe deeply in the services this organization provides to foster youth and their families. We are honored to continue to be a part of the Orioles' commitment to the Birdland community and we hope you'll join us for this exciting and fun event at our iconic ballpark."

All proceeds from the race benefit KidsPeace Foster Care and Community Programs of Maryland including KEYS (KidsPeace Empowering Youth to Succeed), a program which prepares youth for independence through life-skills training. Additional race details are available at www.orioles.com/kidspeace. Those interested in becoming a volunteer or a sponsor, should contact Gina Seyfried at 410-964-9329 or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


KidsPeace is a 133 year old national non-profit organization that provides much needed mental and behavioral health care for disadvantaged, challenged and vulnerable youth of Maryland. Whether working with children and/or parents to provide foster care services or giving teens (www.TeenCentral.net) and parents (www.ParentCentral.net) separate on-line platforms about issues that concern them, KidsPeace is helping families. Since its doors opened in 1882, more than 200,000 children have participated in one of the multitude of programs KidsPeace offers. For additional resources or more information on how to get involved, become a foster parent or make a donation, please visit www.kidspeace.org, follow @KidsPeaceMD on Twitter or visit www.facebook.com/KidsPeaceMaryland.

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