Kids run for a cause
This curly-haired beauty is the star of the moment as she shows off her best smile while sandwiched between her protectors of the day.

THE February 12 staging of the Sagicor Sigma 25th Legacy Run was a family affair as over 21,000 registrants signed up to run, walk and wheel for a cause.

Dubbed 'The Legacy Run', the charity road race raised a record $91.8 million for its 2023 beneficiaries — the University Hospital of the West Indies — Paediatric Unit and the Edna Manley College for the Visual and Performing Arts.

Of course, the little ones were out with their families to have fun on the road for a worthwhile cause.

The unofficial stroll category has a sure winner in our books!.
This dynamic duo took a break from walking for a cause to share some lens time.
Team Wisynco is happy to be on the road for the Sagicor Sigma 25th Legacy Run.
Team Jamaica Constabulary Force is complemented by this cutie in pink as they pose for a quick photo-op.
Beautiful faces on the road are always a plus!
Look at these models! Who said you couldn't do a 5K looking stylish?
The award for best view of the race goes to this little one.
A picture-perfect moment worth admiring — who doesn't love a beautiful smile?
This cutie took his show-stopping blue truck out on the road as he focused on driving for cause.
These babies surely had everyone jealous as they finished the route in comfort.

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