A fun run for a deep purpose to support the Help Center’s suicide prevention services. Grab your friends, family, and dogs for a Halloween-themed run/walk. Costume contest prizes and some spooky characters along the 5k route will get you in the Halloween spirit AND support a good cause! In-person event starts and ends at the MSU Football stadium parking lot and the Kid’s run will end through the MSU Bobcat head! Or sign up for the Virtual event and run, walk, or even bike on your own course anytime the week of Oct. 23rd.
We've got a CtK team again this year (nine members so far...) and would love more folks to join. You can register online now at this link: https://runsignup.com/RaceGroups/22291?raceGroupTypeId=83419
We're planning a group costume - Where's Waldo? Talk to Pastor Lindean for more information.
If you'd like to participate, but don't want to run or walk the 5k, there are several volunteer opportunities, on and before race day. Learn more here: https://runsignup.com/Race/Volunteer/MT/Bozeman/Run4YourLifeMT
Fork & Spoon is Montana’s first and only pay-what-you-can restaurant. They focus on creating homegrown, scratch-made cooking using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Everyone is invited to join us for a delicious evening meal at a price you can afford. More information on volunteer opportunities can be found on their website: Fork & Spoon
Love In The Name of Christ (Love INC) mobilizes local churches to offer a holistic approach to caring for people in all areas of life: spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical. Information on volunteer opportunities including their clothes closet can be found on their website: Love INC
Skipping dinner, eating less, or eating less well – this is what thousands of people in Gallatin Valley and surrounding areas face every day. Gallatin Valley Food Bank is the critical link between food and the people who need it. Food insecurity impacts people from all walks of life and we reach all of them, from working families to senior citizens. Volunteer Opportunities can be found on their website: Gallatin Valley Food Bank
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