Walk for Life 2019 Fundraiser Benefiting Hannah Center and Hannah House Maternity Home

Join us as a walker/fundraiser for this year's Walk for Life on Saturday, September 21st!

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The 2019 Walk for Life will be on Saturday, September 21st at Clear Creek Christian Church.

We encourage walkers to collect pledges and donations that will benefit Hannah Center and Hannah House Maternity Home. There will be great prizes for those who raise the most money in each category (adult, teen, youth), as well as recognition for the churches who raise the most.

New this year: walkers can create a fundraising page and collect their pledges online.

Starting a fundraiser is easy to do, and it's fun. We'll even give you all the tools you'll need to make a difference. With your help we can ensure women will have a safe home and prenatal support, and families have material support and parenting education.

Even if you cannot attend the event, you can still help us with fundraising, and are still eligible to win prizes. If you can join us, it will be a great family fun event.

We will have a FREE breakfast and lunch, as well as fun activities for kids including a bounce house, face painting, and games! The walkers will go on a 2 mile walk on Clear Creek Trail, and it will be a fun day!

Please help us get the word out, and begin collecting pledges! Let us know if you need anything- more pledge forms, flyers, bulletin inserts, etc.

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