.5K Slack-A-Thon Sept. 12th!
See your Slacker FAQ's here- link coming soon!
Thank you Sponsors!
Update for 9/6/20:
Here's a rundown of all the goodies that our Aid Stations are providing for you Slackers NEXT Saturday! Start Training now! 😋😁
Bomb City Distillery- Vodka based drinks🍸 George Distributors- Beer 🍺 Schlotzsky's (23rd St - Canyon, TX)- Sandwhiches 🥪 Domino's Pizza- Pizza 🍕 The Donut Stop-Amarillo- Donuts 🍩 Plains Internet- Beer 🍺 Nothing Bundt Cakes- Cake 🍰 Park Central Community- Trail Mix🥜🍫 Mitzi Wade Realtor- Chips Budweiser Distributing of Amarillo- Beer🍺 Pescaraz- Bread Sticks & Pasta🥖🍝 Belmar Bakery & Cafe- Cookies🍪 Document Shredding & Storage- Water 💦 Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Khoury Maldonado- Sodas🥤 Reed Beverage, Inc.- Beer🍺
It's the easiest 'race' you'll ever do! A course for anyone and everyone that just wants to show up.
Here at Martha's Home, we celebrate perseverance, hard work, and taking the steps to becoming a self-sufficient member of our community. But for this day, and this day only, we will celebrate the slackers. If you've ever wanted to do a 5k, without actually running, or think a half marathon should include some type of sugary incentive, then this 'race' is for you!
All you low aiming achievers will love a .5K (emphasis on the POINT) that includes cold beverage stations, carb-loading check points with donuts,pizza, and other treats. And of course, you'll be awarded the 'proof' you participated in the form of selfies and swag. Plus much more fun to be had in the party zone. Whether you run, walk or crawl across the finish line, you're all winners to us!
The cost to participate is $30 per slacker if you register by September 10th. This is the only time we will encourage you to NOT slack. Prices will increase to $35 per slacker on event day. You may also sign up as a Team of 4 for $100 (a $20 savings).
Martha's Home is in desperate need of your support this year. The cancellation of our Spring fundraiser in April has set us back a bit in operating funds. Martha's Home is essential to the homeless women in our community, as we provide refuge, safety and security, a home for those without one, and a wide range of programs to help women and children in need rebuild their lives and re-enter society as self-sufficient and responsible citizens.