Local cancer patient and pretend super hero Batkid will return to San Francisco tomorrow after his recent victory lap through New York and probably a few naptimes. This time around, the celebrity five-year-old will use his superpower (winning hearts) to help raise funds for the Make-A-Wish foundation and cheer on his crime-fighting pals in the San Francisco Police.

SFPD Chief Greg Suhr and other police officers will be doing a 5K fun run Saturday as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation's "Brave the Bay" Santa-themed triathlon, which also involves diving into the frigid bay at the aquatic park and a team of elves pulling a cable car. Miles "Batkid" Scott will lead the fun run, which starts tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. near Jefferson and Hyde Streets.

The event hopes to raise another $75,000 for the Bay Area Make-A-Wish foundation and, as we've mentioned before, Miles' family has also started the Batkid fund to give back to the organizations that helped Miles after he was diagnosed with Leukemia.

Previously: Batkid: President Obama Denied Audience With Nation's Most Popular 5-Year-Old
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[Brave The Bay]