We are so excited to offer an in-person community run this year! Join us at Mae Simmons Park (near the community center) at 10 am on April 23rd to complete your 5K or 10K with the community.
Running with a crowd not your thing? No problem! Grab your friends, family, co-workers, and pets and move to end homelessness anytime, anywhere during the month of April.
All proceeds from this event go back into our work with people experiencing poverty, homelessness, and sex trafficking in Lubbock.
Click the sign-up link above
Select your distance
Run, walk, skate, or bike to help us end homelessness
If you are participating virtually, we'll mail you the 2022 Open Door t-shirt and commemorative sticker after you register. Be sure to send us a picture to share on social media!
If you are participating in the community run at Mae Simmons park, you will receive your t-shirt and commemorative sticker at the event. Be sure to stick around after the event for post-run awards, snacks, and live music.
The mission of Open Door is to cultivate community, opportunity, and restoration with people experiencing poverty and homelessness in Lubbock.
Did you know?
On any given night, 283 neighbors experience homelessness in Lubbock
40 are experiencing chronic homelessness
Open Door Community Center serves as one of the only places where they can access daily breakfast, basic first aid, and daily showers and restroom facilities
Open Door has 79 formerly homeless neighbors in its Supportive Housing program
Open Door has set the goal of ending chronic homelessness in Lubbock
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