Community Events

Run 4 Hope

WHERE
North Seatac Park, S 128th St and 20th Ave S, Seatac
WHEN
Saturday, September 13, 2014
TIME
8am-2pm

About The Walk

Dear Friends, for over twenty years, Victory Outreach has sponsored an annual “Run 4 Hope” event. This 5k/10k run and walk-a-thon with Kiddie K for children, Motorcycle Run and even a “Doggie Run”, is not only a time of fun and fellowship for all ages, but most importantly it is a time for Victory Outreach family and friends to join together to raise much needed finances for “At Risk Youth” and Missions abroad. The journey to end gang violence, prostitution, drugs and alcohol abuse starts with a single step.  Thousands of inner-city young people in the United States and different countries worldwide have been transformed and many lives touched by the Gospel as a result of the finances raised through Run 4 Hope … From the young addicts on the streets, to the precious street children, we are seeing lives transformed by the power of the Gospel. We’d like to ask you to join us in this great endeavor. Run 4 Hope is an opportunity for the entire family to get involved. Maybe you cannot participate physically; however consider giving a financial donation, so that this generation of inner-city youth and countries around the world will be reached with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We encourage you to read the testimonies of those who have been impacted by this “United We Can” endeavor. Please help Victory Outreach make a difference, log onto www.victoryoutreach.org and make a donation today. We look forward to hearing from you.

Event Admission Fee (if any): free

 Phone Number: (206) 781-1655

 Web Site: http://www.voseattle.org

 Public Email: vosmenshome@yahoo.com

  • Making A Difference

    Listening to SPIRIT 105.3…the encouragement and hope that is heard in the music, can be just what your heart ordered.  It amazes me to hear from listeners who want to know the title of a song, or the artist who sang it, because it’s just what they needed to hear at that time.  Read More

Most Recent Comment

  1. Why Don't You Look At Me Like That?

    Larry J. Lynch said "The basic purpose of education is to tell people that what is right or what is wrong. If everyone are education then mak..." Join the Discussion!