Heroes for Hope 10K/5K/1.31K for Children's Advocacy Alliance

Sat April 11, 2020 Conway, AR US 72034 Directions
Heroes for Hope 2020 Goes Virtual

After careful consideration, the Children’s Advocacy Alliance has made the decision to move the Heroes for Hope race to a virtual race. The health and safety of our community are our top priority. This decision is aimed to protect from the further spread of or exposure to COVID-19. Superheroes will have until April 11, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. to run and time their race. 

We request that all superhero runners time their race, submit their results, and share a before and after photo with us via email or via social media no later than April 11, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. Tag us @ChildrensAdvocacyAlliance #H4H2020 so that we can celebrate with you! 

All virtual superhero runners will receive a runner shirt and medal. We will host we will host a ceremony honoring the work of our runners, community members, and teachers after the risk for COVID-19 has diminished. 

Remember, this is NOT an officially timed race, we want you to have fun and know above all else you are helping the kids in our community! 

Virtual Race FAQ
How does a virtual race work?
You may run, walk, skip, or dance your race at your own leisure. This may be done outside on a pre-measured course, on a treadmill, or through a tracking device. So long as you finish your distance for your race and time it, you've finished the Heroes for Hope Race 2020. You'll need to upload your finishing time for your race to the website, after you submit your results we will make sure you're on our ceremony list. 


What's the best way to virtually run this race?
We suggest using a pre-measured course, tracking device, or a running machine like a treadmill. 


Who do I tag in my photos online?
Tag the Children's Advocacy Alliance and use #H4H2020


What if I don't want to run virtually but still want to help kids?
If you don't want to run on your own time, you may donate your registration fees directly to the Children's Advocacy Alliance to help kids find hope. Each registration by itself will train one child in abuse prevention and give three additional children the hygiene products they need. You'll still get race swag and help kids --- it's a win-win! 


How can I help more kids virtually?
Encourage your friends and family to donate to the race or run virtually on their own. For every $100 raised, one child will be given one unit of therapy. For every $800 raised one child will be given a medical exam. For every $900 raised one child will be given a forensic interview. For every $1,100 raised a foster child will be given a voice in court. If you help us, we can make a huge impact this year. 


Will I get a medal if I participate in the virtual race?
Of course! All runners will be given a medal and a shirt for participating in the virtual Heroes for Hope Race. 


Still have questions? 
Please reach out to CAA Development Coordinator, Leia Smith, at lsmith@hopeandjustice.org

Here Are Your Options:

Virtual races happen all the time, and allow you to join the fun without the crowds. You simply run the distance on your own, and report your results - we’ll send you instructions.

You understand that events are expensive, even when cancelled, and you want us to keep your registration fees to help cover our costs and give hope to more kids in our community. We deeply appreciate your generosity and look forward to seeing you at an event soon. 

We understand. We hope you can join us next time.

Place
3925 College Ave
Conway, AR US 72034
Description

Every child needs a HERO, but an abused child needs a SUPERHERO!

The Children's Advocacy Alliance's Heroes for Hope is a 10K, 5K and 1.31K race open to runners, walkers, families and corporate teams. This year we will have the same race route as last year, (USATF certificated) starting and finishing at the corner of College and Schaefers Ln. (across from McGee Center) The 1.31K Superhero race is for kids 10 and under (parents can run too).  Capes and tights are optional but they sure make it more fun! 

After the race, there will be an awards ceremony and costume parade along with activities for kids of all ages. Activities include a bounce house, face painting, arts and crafts, games, food, beverages, Superhero appearances and more.  All activities are free, however, vendors may charge or request a donation for food, drinks and merchandise.

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