The winter shelter status is ACTIVE Saturday, February 16 through Tuesday, February 19 at 8 a.m. Extra shelter space will be available for single adults and families. Find more details here

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Get Ready to Rock Your Socks, 5K registration is open!

08.03.18

Join us on November 3 for a morning of loud socks, team spirit and doing good! Together, with walkers, runners, stroller-pushers and furry friends, we’ll take to the Lake Montebello track for our annual Rock Your Socks to Health & Home 5K. The best part? Your steps help children and families experiencing homelessness get care with dignity and pursue the healthy futures they deserve.

Sign up before September 30 and registration is only $30!

This year, we’re kicking things up a notch! What’s new…

  • Raise $250 (the cost to give two children care they can't get anywhere else), and your registration is FREE!  
  • New prizes and incentives for top individual fundraisers, weekly challenges leading up to race day and an exclusive 5K hoodie for anyone raising $500+. 

Can’t make the race, but still want to support people experiencing homelessness? Make a donation here.


Rock Your Socks 5K

Lake Montebello

Saturday, November 3

9 a.m. 5K and 1.5-mile Family Fun Lap Start Time

Early Bird Registration: $30


 

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