Run For Hope 2023
Run to benefit children & youth in foster care
(For safety purposes: children under 13 years of age are welcome to participate if accompanied by adult)
Registration for Timed Races is Now CLOSED. However you can still join us and Run for Fun! Effective Thursday (9/21), runners are welcome to sign up, show up, and have a good time!
- Just Select the Run of your choice
- Please note Run t-shirts are now limited—and not guaranteed (you can stop by registration beginning 6:00am on Saturday to check with us)
- See the Run Schedule Below
- Thank You So Much for Supporting Run for Hope!See You on Saturday!
RACE DAY AGENDA:
6:00 AM Onsite Packet Pick-Up
7:10AM Warm Up Dance (You don’t want to miss this!)
7:30AM 10K Race Start
7:40AM 5K Race Start
8:30AM 1 Mile Family Fun Run
10:00AM Awards Presentation & Closing
Paid covered Parking is available at:
24 Waterway Parking Garage (located at corner of Fountains Plaza & Lake Robbins Drive)
Waterway Square Parking Garage (between Fountains Plaza and Woodloch Court) and the surface parking lot along the corner of Waterway Avenue and Timberloch Place.
Limited, free parking available:
Along Lake Robbins Drive, Waterway Avenue, Waterway Square Place and Timberloch Place.
The Town Center Parking Garage and Market Street Parking Garage.
Parking is strictly prohibited at the Library and Community Center Parking Lots.
To start your own fundraising team, click HERE
This fundraiser benefits programs that bring hope and healing to children and youth in foster care who have been abused, and neglected. It is designed to be a fun event for entire family to enjoy!
You will participate in a 5K or 10K timed race or 1-mile fun run, and will also enjoy music, games and entertainment, and the opportunity to stop by our partners’ booths to learn more about fostering, adoption and child abuse awareness. All runs are available also as virtual option (fun-run format - please share photos with us!)
Proceeds from this event will go directly to fund our programs:
- Transformational Summer Camps- designed to bring hope and healing to kids and teens in foster care.
- Mentoring- year-round one-on-one mentoring and group gatherings for teens in foster care
- Residential Treatment Center Outreach- visits to do empowerment sessions and bible study for kids and teens
- Camper Reunions- Quarterly reunions bringing campers together for fun-filled group activities and celebrations.
- The Net – Support for teens aged out of foster care and in need of practical support, such as life-skills classes, and help with resources including food and other basic essentials.
We provide year-round additional support to kids as needed, based on resources available.
Questions & details: Cynthia Turner - email@example.com, (office #) 832-823-1889
Sponsorship opportunities: Janet Deleon, Executive Director - firstname.lastname@example.org, (cell) 832-875-9628