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2024 EmpoweRun/Walk 5K

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2024 EmpoweRun/Walk 5K

Posted on: April 4th, 2024 by Safe Place

Run. Walk. Empower Survivors.

  1. Saturday, May 4th, 2024  

  3. 7:30am Onsite Registration Opens 
  1. 8:30am Opening Ceremony  

  1. 9:00am Race Begins 

  1. 10:15am – 11:00am Closing Ceremony & Awards 


 What is the EMPOWERUN/WALK 5K?


  1. The 12th annual A Safe Place EMPOWERUN/WALK 5K is a dynamic fundraising event uniting 400+ runners, friends, and supporters for a memorable spring day. Together, we run, walk, or donate to aid survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking while supporting vital programs for Chicagoland families.
  3. Funds raised at the EMPOWERUN/WALK 5K enable us to sustain our comprehensive services for families affected by domestic violence and human trafficking, while also advancing community awareness of the profound impact and repercussions of violence. As the primary service provider in Lake County dedicated solely to supporting survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, A Safe Place plays a vital role in addressing these critical issues within our community.
  5. A Safe Place offers comprehensive programs aimed at helping survivors and their children rebuild their lives post-domestic violence, while also tackling the root causes through abuser intervention initiatives. Additionally, our community education efforts raise awareness about domestic violence and human trafficking, empowering individuals to take action towards their eradication. In the past year alone, A Safe Place reached over 32,000 community members, highlighting our commitment to making a tangible difference in the lives of those affected.
  7. Our services include emergency shelter, permanent housing, a 24-hour crisis line (847) 249-4450 advocacy, therapy for individuals and children, support groups, art therapy, family visitation, monitored custody exchanges, batterer intervention, prevention education in schools, and community training.







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