The Source of Hope plans March 30 fundraiser 5k

The Hope Run for Hunger Event will raise funds for firefighters, educators, and other individuals in need within the South Dallas area.

The Source of Hope, a Plano-based nonprofit “dedicated to fostering well-being and education,” will host a Hope Run for Hunger 5k next month to raise money for the group’s philanthropic efforts, which focus on a myriad of issues including hygiene products and food collection, a wellness clinic and educational programs for low-income students.

The nonprofit recently announced Hope Run for Hunger, a 5k walk/run held on March 30 at the Plano West Sports Athletic Center located at 5601 West Parker Road. Registration is $45 for adults with a shirt and running bib provided with registration.

“As we look forward to the future, the Serving Hope Event becomes a pivotal space where the community comes together, embodying our mission of holistic wellness and community transformation,” said CEO Quynh Chao.

All proceeds and funds raised will be directed towards supporting firefighters, educators and other individuals in need in the South Dallas area, according to the nonprofit.

The nonprofit hosts Serving Hope Events, held every fourth Friday and Saturday of the month at Cornerstone Kitchen in South Dallas, where volunteers prep and cook food for those in need, according to The Source for Hope.

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