The Foundations for Hope 5K, is less than two weeks away, and we are grateful for all God has already accomplished through this year’s event. With the support of our generous sponsors, up to six new villages in East Africa, will experience the life change of clean water and the Gospel. Thank you to our Foundation Partners: Engineering Design Group, Gray Construction, and Fluid Solutions; our Cornerstone Partners: 4Africa, First Baptist Church Trussville, Prewitt Insurance Group, SPOC Automation, and Paul Carruth; our Pillar Sponsors: Hemphill Services and Southern Outdoor Design, and finally, our Friends: A+ Tire, Trussville Rotary, and M3 Endeavors. We are grateful for their support of this ministry and commitment to serving others.
There is still more to be done, and we need you. You can sign up to run or walk, and make an even greater impact. We are also excited to announce we will be joined by our East Africa church partner, Bishop Evans Achanga, of Agape Fellowship, on race day.
We cannot wait to see you on October 7th! If you have not yet made the decision to join us, you can find race day details, and sign up, using the link below. Now through Monday, you can use code F4H50 to receive half off your registration.
Participants will receive a free race day t-shirt, and prizes will be given to race winners in each category. All participants will be entered to win drawings and door prizes, generously donated by our friends at: Caroline & Co., Nona Ruths, Cheesecake Factory, Smoothie King, Buffalo Wild Wings, Sonic, Doodles Sorbet, Meals by Misty, Big Bad Breakfast, Linda Burns-Keller Williams, Peachie Spoon, Metro Dinner, Half Shell Oyster House, and Tazikis. We will be joined by Hero Donut, and Maple Avenue Coffee, for race day refreshments.
The Vine School- Haiti
This month, The Vine, began it’s 2023-24 school year, with 415 students. We know God has a purpose for each of these lives, and we are grateful to be a part of their journey. Please join us in praying for each student and staff member. We believe this school year will have an eternal impact for generations to come