A Home For All Run/Walk

Help create “ A Home For All ” by supporting the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Essex County. Come run or walk along the scenic 1.7 mile path that will take you around the lake by the South Mountain Recreation Complex. All proceeds will benefit the Interfaith Hospitality Network which provides homeless families in Essex County to ability to find shelter and housing stability. Post race refreshments and snacks will be provided. All run/walk participants will receive commemorative awareness wristlets. Please enter by Paddle Boathouse and Regatta Playground, parking across street. To register or donate go to: www.ihnessexnj.org

Contact Information
  1. Devinka Peiris
  2. 973-746-1400 # 4
  3. devinka@ihnessexnj.org
Sat, October 21
9:00 am — 11:00 am
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Help create “ A Home For All ” by supporting the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Essex County. Come run or walk along the scenic 1.7 mile path that will take you around the lake by the South Mountain Recreation Complex. All proceeds will benefit the Interfaith Hospitality Network which provides homeless families in Essex County to ability to find shelter and housing stability. Post ...

Cherry Lane ( by Paddle Boathouse and Regatta Playground ) West Orange, NJ 07052

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