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With the help of our sponsors, runners and volunteers, the Permission to Start Dreaming Foundation is delighted to once again support Rainier Therapeutic Riding (RTR) and the work they do! Our founder, Leslie Mayne, presented a check to Rob Woelk and Debbie Fisher of RTR at Serenity Farms in Yelm, and again was able to reconnect with the great staff and healing animals of their wonderful organization.
For years the Seattle Seahawks have sponsored the 12th Mile of Race For A Soldier, and we're happy to be on the roster once again for the Seahawks 12K!
The event is back in its sixth year and promises to be bigger, faster, stronger and LOUDER for your Seattle Champions! The 2015 Seahawks 12K Run at The Landing is sure to provide a day of fun for the whole family. The event will also feature the GLOW 5K Run/Walk that will tour The Landing and surrounding Renton neighborhoods, as well as a Half-Mile Kids Run that will be completely contained within The Landing.
Thank you for your interest in Race For A Soldier! Whether you are an accomplished runner or this is your first run of this kind — you are in for an incredible experience for a GREAT cause! The city of Gig Harbor, Washington has welcomed us with open arms and beautiful scenery that makes this event one of a kind.
Registration for our 2015 race is open! To register:
This will be our third year holding the Swing For A Soldier golf tournament, where teams of four made up of civilians and military personnel compete for a great cause.
The fourth annual Prayer Breakfast has come and gone, and it was a very powerful event. In case you missed it, or if you want to experience it again, you may watch the re-broadcast of the event below. Click here to learn more!
Today on President Lincoln's birthday, February 12, 2015, President Obama signed into law Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention For American Veterans Act in the East Room of the White House.
Clay Hunt, a decorated Marine who served with distinction in Iraq and Afghanistan, struggled with depression and post-traumatic stress after coming home. Sadly, Clay’s life ended much too soon when he tragically committed suicide in 2011 at the young age of 28. It was a terrible loss and a painful reminder at how much more support our Soldiers and Veterans need upon returning from the battlefield.