We recommend 10-15 people per team. More than 15 members can be difficult for team captains to manage and give everyone an opportunity to take to the track. If your team is growing, consider splitting it into two and have more members to join in the fun of Relay! With fewer than 10, it can be hard to keep someone on the track for the whole event.
Registering for RFL Bermuda is very easy through our online sign up.
Head over to the Participate portion of the website and follow instructions. There is also a new user guide to follow if you are unsure. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call 236-1001 and we can take you through it step by step.
Your registration fee includes a location on the field, help from our amazing team of volunteers to get your team organized, and a whole lot of FUN .
All you have to do is raise $100! Each team member is asked to raise a minimum of $100 and they will receive a FREE 2018 relay t-shirt!
No, however all youth teams (under 18 years) must have two adult supervisors at the event at all times.
All donations, no matter how big or small, are greatly appreciated. There are also awards presented to the highest fundraising teams. If you need help, please contact us and we can help you achieve your fundraising goal!
We encourage teams to have a theme and decorate their campsite. Dress up and make Relay colorful and fun! You could also win prizes. If you don’t want to dress-up, that’s completely fine too. Your contribution to the day is still really important to us, and we’d love to see you there.
No. We understand that some people won’t be able to be at the track for the whole event. We ask that team members try to stay at the track for as long as possible to support each other and share the Relay roster, particularly late at night.
No. Relay isn’t a race or endurance test; we simply ask that teams have at least one person on the track at all times. Some team members may set personal goals and end up doing more laps than others. You can also walk in pairs or groups to make it more enjoyable.
All vehicles are prohibited from the track without permission from the Committee. Child strollers and wheelchairs are allowed. No roller blades, bicycles or scooters are allowed. We suggest you contact the Committee before the event to determine restrictions.
Yes. These ceremonies are the highlight of Relay For Life and we want to see as many people as possible taking part! Call us at 236-1001 to see how you can get involved.
Dogs and other pets are not permitted at any Relay For Life event. Naturally, guide dogs and service dogs are an exception.
The event will generally go ahead, rain or shine. In extreme bad weather the organizing Committee will decide if it’s safe for the event to continue.
Each event has different rules specific to the event location, however there are some universal Relay For Life rules. CLICK HERE to get a full list of the rules.
Yes. St. John’s Ambulance will be in attendance for the entire event.
Yes, through general admission. All you have to do is donate $10 at the gate to enter.
Relay is an open event and we encourage people to come and see what it’s all about, especially if you’ve never been before. Come and get involved, donations are gratefully accepted.
Relay For Life can’t happen without the support and sponsorship from businesses as well as the general public. We seek sponsorship contributions in the form of cash sponsorship, in-kind contributions, corporate teams, matched workplace giving, signage, giveaways and entertainment (to name a few!).
To find out more about sponsorship opportunities please contact Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre at 236-1001 or email email@example.com
Volunteer your services or join a Committee! Find out about volunteering opportunities by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.