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Cupcake for a Cause 5K Run/walk. September 7th, 2019. John Prince Park, Lake Worth. All proceeds benefit Place of Hope.
Cupcake for a Cause 5k: We invite you to participate in the 1st annual Cupcake for a Cause 5K Run/Walk. Cupcake for a Cause 5K will be an annual event to raise funds for deserving causes and organizations in Palm Beach County. This years event will benefit Place of Hope. Only the first 200 registered runners/walkers are guaranteed to receive a medal on race day. So don't wait! ****However, if you do not receive a medal on race day, one will be mailed to you****
Registration includes: Race shirt
Race director: Madaline Asofsky. Managed by Runner's Edge Foundation. questions contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Packet pickup at Runner's Edge (3195 N. Federal Hwy, Boca Raton) -August 31st to September 6th at noon or race morning at event 6am-7am
Who will Cupcake for a Cause 5K run/walk benefit? Cupcake for a Cause 5K/Run/walk 2019 will benefit Place of Hope. Place of Hope is a state-licensed children’s organization offering services designed to end the cycles of abuse, neglect, homelessness and human trafficking. Place of Hope is the largest, most diverse, residential children’s organization in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. They aim to help our children, youth and families find healing and restoration, which leads to success. Place of Hope has served more than 11,000 lives since inception. They care for 340 children, youth and families on a daily basis who have experienced unimaginable hurt. If no one takes action, these generational cycles of abuse, neglect, poverty and human trafficking will continue.
In 2018, Place of Hope broke ground on the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Village which will be home to 64 youth who have turned 18 years of age and are no longer able to stay in foster homes. This complex will also serve homeless families and victims of human trafficking. The Gary Peters Family Transitional Housing Complex will be the first of the four buildings that comprise the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Village. This project will help to ease the financial burden of housing on the low-income population and will provide wraparound services to improve their current situations, giving them hope for brighter futures.
To learn more about Place of Hope please visit www.placeofhope.com
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