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Additional race information can be found at https://hopeforbereaved.com/.
Join us as we come together to remember and celebrate our loved ones who have passed away. All proceeds from the event will help HOPE For Bereaved in it's mission of offering support, understanding, coping strategies, education, friendship and hope to grieving children, teens and families.
Participants are invited to bring a picture of a loved one, that they would like to remember, to be displayed on the memory board the day of the race and later displayed in the HOPE office.
Please note: Registration is online only. No paper or cash accepted. ***NEW*** All 5K runners and walkers will be timed this year!
PLEASE NOTE - TSHIRT CUT OFF IS 7/21/23. DON'T DELAY AS WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO ORDER ADDITIONAL T-SHIRTS OR ADD YOUR LOVED ONES NAME.
$25 4/10/23 - 6/1/23
$30 6/2/23 - 7/4/23
$35 7/5/23 - 8/4/23
$40 Day of Event
Packet Pickup: 8/2/23 4-7pm @ HOPE For Bereaved (4500 Onondaga Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13219)
HOPE For Bereaved is dedicated to helping grieving children, teens and adults by providing core services (support groups, monthly newsletter and counseling) at no charge. Founded in 1978, HOPE is an independent nonprofit community organization. Our purpose is to offer support, understanding, coping strategies, friendship and hope to the bereaved, as well as education, consultation and resources for their families, friends, employers, school/daycare staff, co-workers and invested professionals. The help given by HOPE can add greatly to the physical and mental well-being of the bereaved and therefore to their place of employment and to the community.
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