When & Where?

24 September 2022

13:00 - 18:00
the "Big Clock", náměstí Svobody, Brno

Event booking

The world-known charity run comes to Brno! Save the date, support a local charity and prepare to have a great day.

To answer the most obvious questions…

  • you can choose a running or walking route, both within the larger city centre
  • you can wear a red dress, if you want to
  • all the money goes to the selected charity

Join us in bringing this world-known event to Brno for the first time and be part of the legend!

Find out more details and sign-up form via this link.


What is a Red Dress Run?

A charity event organised by the Hash House Harriers running clubs. In 1987, Donna Rhinehart was invited to a hash run in Long Beach, California, to be introduced to the sport. She arrived, thinking it was a social event, in an impressive red dress and heels. She was invited to “wait in the truck” until her host returned. Instead, Rhinehart joined the run in her red dress. The following year, the San Diego Hash House Harriers sent Rhinehart an airline ticket to attend the inaugural “Red Dress Run”. Hundreds of hashers wore red dresses for the event which was widely covered by local media. In addressing the crowd, Rhinehart suggested that such hashes might be held to raise funds for local charities. The event quickly spread around the globe to places such as Beijing, Montreal, Helsinki, Osan/Yangsan Hashers, Moscow, Tokyo, New Orleans, Washington DC and Hobart in Australia. Over the years, it has raised millions of dollars for charity. The New Orleans Hash House Harriers attracted 7,000 participants to their Red Dress Run in 2010, raising more than $200,000 for 50 local charities. Today the Red Dress Run is another part of the Hash House Harriers’ heritage. Rhinehart died in 2013 as some clubs were celebrating the 25th anniversary of their Red Dress Run.



By attending a free public event organised by the Brno Expat Centre I hereby give my consent to the use of photos from the event which may contain my likeness. These may be used in BEC documentation and promotion materials.

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