Register for the 2020 Heroes vs. Villains Run for Justice 5K

Fairfax Law Foundation Virtual Heroes vs. Villains 5K

Calling all runners, joggers, and walkers: The Heroes vs Villains 11th Annual Run for Justice 5K is going VIRTUAL. Due to public safety concerns regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Fairfax Law Foundation (FLF) has decided to transition this year's event into a virtual race so that we can ensure the safety of our members, volunteers, and the local community.  

Run or walk anytime, anywhere between October 9-15, 2020. Get up and get moving for a great cause, from the socially-distanced safety of your own neighborhood! You'll have the option to track and submit your finish time for the 5K you complete along the route of your choice! 

After the race, submit your results by logging back into the registration site (go to and log in), search for “Heroes vs Villains 5K”, click on the blue ACTIONS item, then click the link “Log Results”, enter your finish time and submit. Submitting finish times is completely optional, not required!  

Snap a Photo, Share a Photo - You're Entered For a Chance to Win!

1. Follow us on Social media - Facebook/Instagram
2. Post a photo wearing your 5K t-shirt and tag us
3. Use #heroesvsvillains5k and #ffxlawfoundation

All participants, who complete the 5K between October 9-15 will be entered to win a series of prizes including:
Best Photo Submissions:
Best Costume Photo
Most Scenic Background Photo
Best Pet Participant Photo
Best Treadmill Photo
Furthest from Fairfax Photo
Best Mask Photo
Superhero Sponsor Curran Moher Weis' Favorite Photo

5K: $35
Kids’ Fun Run: $20
*Price includes shipping

All 5K participants will receive a commemorative T-shirt.  All Kids' Fun Run participants will receive a commemorative t-shirt and a finisher's medal. SWAG will be mailed to participants who register on or before October 4th for safety and convenience.

Registration will close on October 8 at midnight.


The FLF would especially like to recognize our Superhero Sponsor, Curran Moher Weis.  To view a complete list of our sponsors, please visit us online. 

The Heroes vs. Villains 5K has raised over $140,000 since its inception to benefit the FLF and its many community and pro bono legal programs. As the charitable arm of the Fairfax Bar Association, the FLF pursues its commitment to creating a more just society by working towards equal access to the justice system and providing law-related education opportunities throughout the Fairfax County community.

We hope that you will join us for this event and want to sincerely say thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to work through these difficult times together. We are truly grateful for your continued support of the Fairfax Law Foundation.

Any race-related questions can be directed to Kerri Yates at or (703) 246-2734.


The FLF works tirelessly to improve the public's understanding of and access to the justice system -- whether that be through law related education for minors, pro bono programs, or raising funds for the Fairfax Public Law Library. The Foundation's pro bono program is spearheaded by a full-time Director of Pro Bono Activities -- the only such position in the commonwealth of Virginia; the program works with volunteer lawyers, law students, and paralegals to provide legal assistance to those who could not otherwise afford quality and thorough representation. Of equal importance to our pro bono program is our law related education, which seeks to teach minors about the justice system -- engaging them on the "right" side of the law in an effort to ensure they grow up to be law abiding, productive citizens. For more information on the FLF, please visit our website.

Online registration for this event is currently closed