Fun Run 4 Kindness
When: Saturday, February 25, 2023
Where: Trophy Club Park - 2885 Trophy Park Dr.
Time: 8:00AM - 11:00AM
Participants can expect colored powder throughout and after the run, awesome swag bag merch, a live DJ playing upbeat music, fun photo ops, free coffee, free light breakfast, and best of all, a beautiful morning run through Trophy Club Park.
If you are registered to participate in Run 4 Kindness, you may pick up your swag bag, t-shirt, and map Monday, February 20 - Friday, February 24 between 8 am and 5 pm at Town Hall.
If these hours will not work for your schedule, you may also pick up your bag from Trophy Club Park Guard Shack on Saturday, February 18, or Sunday, February 19 between 12 pm and 3 pm.
Pick-up is available on the morning of the race as well, but please arrive by 7:15 am to ensure that there is ample time to do so before the race begins at 8 am.
Through registrations, we are proudly raising money for donations to Operation Shoebox as part of #Campaign4Kindness month.
February is National Kindness Month and Trophy Club is a big supporter of spreading kindness as often as possible. So, every year the proceeds from the Fun Run 4 Kindness registrations are donated to a 501C3 organization that shares this same value.
Byron Nelson High School Student Council has helped select the 2023 beneficiary and we are so proud to be supporting an organization like Operation Shoebox.
Operation Shoebox selflessly provides our troops with care packages that go above the basic necessities. Men and women in the armed forces can enjoy meaningful tokens of kindness in the form of personal care items, snacks, entertainment, and letters thanks to Operation Shoebox.
Fun Run 4 Kindness is part of the #Campaign4Kindness Month in Trophy Club. Exceptional examples of kindness and education who have participated in the past include:
- Community Storehouse, is an organization dedicated to the education and well-being of low-income children in our community.
- Jogging 4 Joseph, a group coordinated by Xplor Preschool in memory of and supporting awareness of Joseph Adam Duet who passed away from Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) in 2017.
- Run Ranger Run advocates who are highlighting the difficulties so many veterans face when transitioning home from deployment by running 565 miles and supporting the efforts of GallantFew, Inc.
- March of Dimes, an organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies.