- 1 Vincent D'Aria $16,786.25 raised
- 2 Christopher Ballerano $5,745.00 raised
- 3 Jason Peters $2,003.50 raised
- 4 Roni Puleo $1,620.00 raised
- 5 Jett Heukensfeld $1,220.00 raised
- 1 Granite Telecommunications $74,292.00 raised
- 2 Siegel Financial Group $7,980.00 raised
- 3 Geraldine and Roni $5,002.50 raised
- 4 USHealth-Atchinson $2,630.50 raised
- 5 Florida Power and Light Company $2,003.50 raised
Join Children's Home Society of Florida (CHS) as we run for Child Abuse Prevention.
April 22, 2023
Registration will open on October 1, 2022.
Okeeheelee Park, Micanopy Pavilion
7715 Forest Hill Blvd
West Palm Beach, FL 33413
CHS provides local children and families with life changing services to help them turns odds into opportunities.
For more information, visit chsfl.org/palmbeach
Click here for 2022 race results.
Click here for footage from the 2022 race.
For more information, contact Loren Young, Development Manager, at (561) 402-0823 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take Your Support One Step Further and Fundraise to Keep Kids Safe
Once you've registered, spread the word! Ask friends, family and colleagues to join you in supporting children! Fundraise to help protect kids from ever feeling the pain of abuse … and to help those who have, heal.
How Your Dollars Can Make a Difference
- $91.50 can sponsor a family for an entire month in a CHS program that helps parents build safe, strong foundations for their children program
- $100 can provide one hour of family therapy for a family affected by abuse or neglect
- $250 can cover the medical evaluation for a child who has experienced abuse or neglect
Donations at Work
Children who have experienced abuse or neglect take their first step toward healing in our warm, friendly Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC). More than 2,500 children receive vital services at our CACs each year.
“The CAC counselor was wonderful. My daughter was totally at ease with her.” – Roberta, mother
“The CAC is life-saving. They have saved my two children … and me.” – Stacy, mother
We also work every day to prevent child abuse and neglect, equipping families with education, resources and support so they can create the safe home every child deserves.
- 98% of children who complete our early childhood programs remain safe at home with their families
- 97% of children who complete our early childhood programs have an ongoing source of continuous, accessible healthcare
“Feeling the trust and support that other people provide is something that motivates a lot and more when people are trained in the area and when they carry out their work with so much love. I greatly appreciate the education we received from the entire group, including my home visitor who taught us strategies and provided resources that we will use now and in the future.” – Amanda, mom of 2 who participated in a CHS early childhood program
“I try to be as involved as possible with my kids. Your kids are your life, and you want the best for them, so you want to focus on your job and focus on your kids ... which is a struggle. But because of CHS, I could focus on both. Our kids have experienced so much growth. I highly recommend it. The funny part about it all is you go in seeking one thing, and at the end, you come out thinking, ‘How far can I develop myself?’ It helped me as a human; I just want to be the best and be involved, and you just want to do the best you can as a dad or a mom.” – Will, dad of 2 who participated in a CHS early childhood program
Terms and Conditions
In the event of unforseen circumstances, the physical race may be canceled at the discreton of CHS. In this event, all registrations will automatically be converted to virtual registrations.
Registration fees are non-refundable.
Our Newest Participants
- K Kevin Eaford $0.00 raised
- JM Jahmichael McKinnis $0.00 raised
- JH Julian Hope $0.00 raised
- BN Brad Nella $0.00 raised
- SG Shima Ghamari $40.00 raised
- ML Mark Loree $40.00 raised
- KG Kate Gilbert $40.00 raised
- TP Timothy Panza $40.00 raised
- VE Victoria Exnidos $40.00 raised
- MR Michael Ragusa $40.00 raised