“We make a living by what we get,
but we make a life by what we give.”
Whether it’s our time, resources, or love — both as individuals and a community — we have the capacity to create meaning for ourselves and positively impact the lives of those around us. Run 4 The Hills for First Responders has accomplished just this – ten years of participation and steadfast generosity has enabled our race to make a remarkable impact benefiting the heroes living among us – those dedicated to protecting and assuring public safety.
But after 10 tremendous years, the time has come to retire our race.
Even though the annual race has come to its finish line, I hope you will remain committedtothe mission of Hero Fund America. HFA was established to honor and support first responders – and I am so proud to say that the Run 4 The Hills elevated our cause beyond what I ever imagined. The race made possible so much for the fire, law enforcement, and EMS agencies in our region.
While I will miss directing the Run 4 The Hills for First Responders, I remain committed to Hero Fund America and all its future charitable pursuits and campaigns. On behalf of the Board of Directors, I want to express how grateful we are for people like yourselves and the support you have given over the years.
We could not have accomplished so much good without you.
President, Hero Fund America