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Saturday, October 2nd, 2021
Runners and walkers of all ages are welcome! This year our course and race will take place at the scenic Thomas Bull Memorial Park.
Click to view the course map via MilerMeter - an interactive map.
We’re big believers in everyday heroes and encourage YOU to be the hero of your own story. Dress up as your favorite superhero, personal hero, or everyone’s hero - the sky is the limit! All participants in costume will be entered to win a prize.
Race Day: Saturday, October 2nd from 8 am - 9 am at the Pond Area Shelter Pavilion at Thomas Bull Memorial Park
All registered participants will receive a detailed email with parking info, etc., prior to race day. Please check your spam/junk folder for a message from "email@example.com".
Through RunSignUp, you can create a team fundraising page. Add updates as you work towards your goal to keep your fundraising going strong!
All proceeds will benefit Fearless! and their services of education, prevention, advocacy, along with many other comprehensive services, including shelter, for victims and survivors of interpersonal violence, human trafficking and sexual violence, and other types of crime victimization.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Bring training and team-building to your business or community organization with a free in-person or virtual workshop and/or a We Can Be Heroes Corporate Team. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Contact us by clicking the yellow "Questions?" button below.
Proceeds from the We Can Be Heroes will benefit Fearless! Hudson Valley, Inc. (formerly known as Safe Homes of Orange County). Our mission is to build an informed, just, and accountable society so all people can experience supportive and safe relationships free from abuse, exploitation, and oppression. We do this by education, prevention, advocacy, and providing comprehensive services, including shelter, to victims and survivors of interpersonal violence, human trafficking and sexual violence, and other types of crime victimization. Learn more at fearlesshv.org
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