We believe this race is needed to acknowledge the loved ones and friends in our community who have lost loved ones to suicide and the long-term aftercare support that is needed for their recovery journey.
Frisco, TX (PRWEB)
September 02, 2017
Join this hope filled cause on Saturday, Sept 9 as Frontline Crisis Response Solutions (FCRS) hosts the Hope4Today 5K Race and 1M Fun Run.
Bring your family and friends to run, jog or walk through this hidden treasure race course on the College Parkway Trail in Frisco, TX. Strollers, wheelchairs and furry companions are welcome.
The Hope4Today 5K race, Fun Run and Virtual Race benefits Frontline Crisis Response Solutions’ much needed postvention support programs for Survivors of Suicide Loss in Collin & Denton Counties. These programs offer free support and resources to people in our local community impacted by suicide.
“We believe this race is needed to acknowledge the loved ones and friends in our community who have lost loved ones to suicide and the long-term aftercare support that is needed for their recovery journey. We want to fill the gap and are committed to leading our community in suicide postvention and aftercare support,” said Shahidrah Cowgill, Clinical Director for Frontline Crisis Response Solutions.
The race takes place on September 9 and will start and finish at the Kingdom Life Christian Center, 12300 Rolater Road, Frisco, TX 75035. Registration begins at 6:30 a.m., the 5K race begins at 7:30 a.m. and the 1 Mile Fun Run will start at 8:00 a.m., rain or shine.
You may register in two ways. You can pre-register online until Sept. 7, 2017 at http://www.GetMeRegistered.com/Hope4Today5K. You may also register on the day of the race for $30 per adult/ $15 per student, children under 4 and pets are free. For corporate teams and student teams, who register together, will receive a discounted rate. Middle and High school students also have an opportunity to earn community service credit on race day. Registration fees for this event are tax-deductible and non-refundable. Proceeds of the race go directly to expanding community programs for Survivors of Suicide Loss in Collin and Denton County, an initiative of Frontline Crisis Response Solutions. When you give, you help us to continue to offer no-cost support groups for…