The Kids-N-Hope Foundation Hosts Week-long Rhapsody and Rhythm Walk-A-Thon and 5K
The Kids-N-Hope Foundation is pleased to announce that it will be hosting its virtual Rhapsody and Rhythm Walk-A-Thon and 5K this Spring. Participants will fundraise and take part in a 7-day event to walk at their own pace to reach their 5K goal. This annual walk-a-thon event takes places from Sunday, April 10, 2022 through Saturday, April 16, 2022 and allows The Foundation to raise funds to support its mission to fund Music Therapy and child life services programs throughout the region.
All proceeds will benefit the Kids-N-Hope Foundation, which aims to enhance children’s health and life services through pediatric music therapy at local hospitals and not-for-profit organizations.
Participants can create a team, join a team, or fundraise as an individual to meet their personal goal and help The Foundation reach its $60,000 goal for this event.
Participants are encouraged to share their 5K journey and story on social media and tag the Kids-N-Hope Foundation. Participant pictures will be shared on The Foundation’s social media and website.
“We are excited to celebrate our annual walk-a-thon,” stated Bruce K. Foulke, Founder and Chairman of the Kids-N-Hope Foundation, and President & CEO of American Heritage Credit Union. “Although it seems like just yesterday that we started the Kids-N-Hope Foundation with a dream of helping local children through music therapy programs, we look forward to growing our contributions and spreading our Foundation’s impact on pediatric health. We welcome the community and our partners to participate in this fun and healthy event.”
“Our community has always supported the Kids-N-Hope Foundation, and with a virtual and self-directed format, we anticipate that even more supporters will walk with us this spring to continue funding the amazing work our beneficiaries do each and every day for pediatric health and life services,” stated Foulke.
For more event information and to register today, visit www.KNHWalk.org or call 215-969-2938.