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Run for Hope, 5K and 10K, Market Street, The Woodlands, 730 am April 20th 2013
Run for Hope is a 10K & 5K chip timed races with medal awards for age divisions for both male and female. We also have a 1 mile fun Run/walk.
April 20th Market Street. 7:30 10K - 7:45 5K and 8:30 1 Mile event.
Register at www.runforhopewoodlands.org
All proceeds go to help teens in foster care. Love Fosters Hope, and non profit 501 (c)3 organization puts on Run for Hope to benefit children in foster care who have been abused, abandoned, and neglected.
Bringing Hope to Teens in Foster Care
When: April 20, 2013
Where: Market Street, The Woodlands, Texas
Time: 7:30 am - 5K & 10K chip timed race begins
8:30 am - 1 mile Fun Run/Walk begins
Before February 15th, 2013
5K - $30
10K - $35
1 Mile - $10 (kids 12 & under)
1 Mile - $20 (ages 13 & up)
After February 15th, 2013
5K - $35
10K - $40
1 Mile - $15 (kids 12 & under)
1 Mile - $25 (ages 13 & up)
Late Registration/Race Day Registration April 15-20, 2013
5K - $40
10K - $45
1 Mile - $20 (kids 12 & under)
1 Mile - $30 (ages 13 & up)
Awards for the Top 3 finishers in each age category for the 5K & 10K.
Special prizes for Best Costumes!
Shadow Runner- $35 If you are unable to participate in 'Run for Hope', you can still 'run in spirit' by registering as a Shadow Runner. You will still be able to create a fundraising page and help us raise money for teens in foster care.
Proceeds from Run for Hope will benefit the following Love Fosters Hope programs:
Teen Reach Adventure Camp, TRAC: single gender camps for teens in foster care ages 12-15
Bridge at Camp Hope: a camp for teens in foster care from ages 16 - 19
Journey: A year round mentoring program for foster teens ages 12-19
Restore Hope: A future planned retreat to strengthen families whose children are being reuniited after being in foster care
Fighting the Grim Statistics - Every 4 min. a child age 1 to 18 is abused in America.
By 18 years of age 59% of kids in foster care are likely to be incarcerated as a juvenile. 3 in 10 of the nation’s adult homeless were foster kids. Only 2% of former foster children earn a college degree. In 1999 there were 183 children in