FCSI TA Pacific Northwest Chapter ERACE Hunger
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FCSI TA Pacific Northwest Chapter ERACE Hunger

When: Saturday, October 5, 2019
Where: Evergreen Speedway
14405 179th Ave SE
Monroe, Washington  98272
United States
Contact: Tim McDougald / Garrett Lennon

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ERACE Hunger 2019

Join us at our inaugural event to raise money for this year's recipient, HopeWorks, located in Everett, Washington. HopeWorks job training programs are provided through three social enterprise businesses rooted in three different industries: landscaping, food service and retail. Each of HopeWorks’ social enterprise internship programs are designed to give homeless and low-income individuals the skills they need to move from long-term unemployment to careers in in-demand fields that offer reliable pathways out of poverty.

The cost is $25 per runner. Runners will choose which category: 5k run, a 2k run/walk/jog or the kid dash

Your registration includes a ribbon, swag and water station access. The top 3 winners in each category will be awarded a trophy. 

Please, no strollers, no pets. 

Concessions will be available thanks to the generosity of our sponsors! Cash donations are encouraged and will go directly to Hopeworks.

Not planning to run but want to donate to Hopeworks?  Please send a check to payable to HopeWorks to the following address:  3331 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201; Phone: (425) 610-4931.  Please be sure to indicate FCSI ERace Hunger in the memo line.'


About HopeWorks Social Enterprises

HopeWorks Social Enterprises is an affiliate of Housing Hope and was launched in January 2011 with the goal of helping families gain skills and training for “in demand” jobs to enable them to work towards a living wage career. HopeWorks creates and operates social enterprise businesses designed to provide jobs and internships for families experiencing and at risk of homelessness residing in low-income housing. HopeWorks currently owns and operates three businesses where interns gain the skills to escape poverty through living wage employment.

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