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Steps of Hope 5K


Date: June 1, 2024
Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM PST
Location: Chambers Bay Regional Park (Central Meadow, Area E)
6320 Grandview Dr W, University Place, WA 98467

Get ready to lace up your sneakers and join a movement of compassion and community at the PWIPM Steps of Hope 5k fundraiser! On June 1st, 2024, from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM PST, Chambers Bay Loop will transform into a beacon of solidarity, welcoming individuals of all ages, abilities, and even our furry friends, to come together for a fantastic cause.

At the heart of this event lies inclusivity. Whether you're a seasoned runner chasing a personal best, a family seeking a leisurely stroll, or a pet owner eager to enjoy the fresh air with your four-legged companion, there's a place for you in the PWIPM Steps of Hope 5k. This event isn't just about crossing the finish line; it's about crossing boundaries and forging connections that transcend differences.

As participants traverse the picturesque course, they'll find themselves immersed in a supportive atmosphere brimming with encouragement and camaraderie. Families will bond over shared experiences, children will revel in the excitement of the event, and pets will trot alongside their owners, tails wagging in delight. It's a celebration of diversity and unity, where individuals and groups of all abilities can participate side by side, embodying the spirit of togetherness.

Beyond the physical activity, the PWIPM Steps of Hope 5k offers an opportunity to make a tangible impact. By registering and donating, participants not only support the mission of Helping Hand House in assisting families in need but also contribute to a culture of compassion and community that defines this event. Every step taken, every dollar donated, is a stride towards a brighter future for all.

Investment: $25
Space: Limited to 30 participants
Donations: Additional contributions can be made by emailing

Can't Join Us? You Can Still Make a Difference!
Even if you can't participate in the PWIPM Steps of Hope 5k, you can still stand in solidarity against domestic violence by making a donation to support Helping Hand House. Your contribution, no matter the amount, helps raise awareness and provides vital assistance to those in need. Reach out to for more information on how to donate.

About Helping Hand House
Founded in 1984 by Margie Addington, Helping Hand House is dedicated to addressing the urgent needs of families facing homelessness in the local community. Through a commitment to providing immediate relief, fostering trust and dignity, and offering support and stability, Helping Hand House strives to end the crisis of homelessness by empowering families towards self-sufficiency. With a network of emergency homes and housing solution programs, they serve nearly 200 families annually in East Pierce County, rekindling hope, reviving dreams, and changing lives for the better.

Join us on June 1st as we take strides towards a brighter future for all. Together, we can make a difference—one step at a time.

Register today and be a part of something extraordinary!

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