June 1, 2024
8:30AM - 11:30AM PST

Steps of Hope

PWIPM Fundraiser

Chambers Bay Loop

Get ready to join the PWIPM Steps of Hope 5k fundraiser—an event that welcomes everyone, regardless of their pace, age, or whether they have two legs or four! This inclusive event is designed for runners, walkers, families, and even your furry friends to come together for a fantastic cause.

Whether you're a seasoned runner aiming for a personal best, prefer a leisurely stroll with loved ones, or want to enjoy the fresh air with your canine companion, there's a place for you at the PWIPM Steps of Hope 5k. The event celebrates diversity and unity, inviting individuals and groups of all abilities to participate side by side.

As you traverse the course, you'll find a supportive atmosphere filled with encouragement and camaraderie. Families can bond over shared experiences, children can take part in the excitement of the event, and pets can trot alongside their owners, tails wagging in delight.

Beyond the physical activity, the PWIPM Steps of Hope 5k is an opportunity to make a meaningful impact. By registering and donating, you're not only supporting Helping Hand House in their mission to assist families in need but also contributing to the spirit of community and compassion that defines this event.

So, whether you're running, walking, pushing a stroller, or leashing up your furry friend, come join us for a day of fun, fitness, and philanthropy. Together, we'll take strides towards a brighter future for all.


Chambers Bay Regional Park (Central Meadow, Area E)
6320 Grandview Dr W
University Place, WA 98467






Additional donations can be made by emailing

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Can't join us for the PWIPM Steps of Hope 5k?

You can still make a difference! Donate to support Helping Hand House and raise awareness for domestic violence. Even if you're not walking or running, your contribution connects us in solidarity against this important issue.

If your company would like to make a donation, please contact for details on how to contribute.

Helping Hand House

Founded in 1984 by Margie Addington, Helping Hand House addresses the urgent need for families facing homelessness in the local community. With a commitment to providing immediate relief and fostering trust and dignity, Helping Hand House has grown to encompass seven emergency homes and five housing solution programs. Serving nearly 200 families annually in East Pierce County, their mission is to end the crisis of homelessness by offering support, stability, and the opportunity for self-sufficiency. Through their values of urgent relief, trust, and dignity, Helping Hand House works tirelessly to rekindle hope, revive dreams, and change lives for the better.

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