Sacramento Walk for Life to Help Low-Income Pregnant Women

Sacramento Walk for Life

Local residents are invited to participate in the annual Sacramento Walk for Life on May 30 at Maidu Park in Roseville from 9-11:30 a.m. The 2K walk and fun run will raise funds for free pregnancy services at the Sacramento Life Center and Alternatives Pregnancy Center, benefiting low-income pregnant women and teens. The family-friendly event will include a rally, bounce houses, face painting, balloons and food from Squeeze Inn, Jamba Juice and kettle corn vendors. Radio stations KLOVE and Air 1 will be on site for entertainment.

“This is a great opportunity for families, individuals and teams to come out and walk for mothers and babies in need of care,” said Marie Leatherby, executive director, Sacramento Life Center. “This will be a fun day celebrating the amazing work being done in our community to ensure low-income pregnant women and teens are well cared for.”

Registration is $25, but free for kids ages 12 and under. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., and each participant will receive a free t-shirt. Water will be provided. Online registration ends May 22. For more information, to sign up or to make a donation, visit