The Honor & Courage Annual Wounded Hero 5K & Concert
Featuring The Resilient!
The Annual Wounded Hero 5K is an event located in Warminster Pennsylvania on Saturday, September 30th, 2023 to bring the community together in a show of support for our nations wounded Heroes. The day is full of motivation and inspiration. We strive to make this a fun filled patriotic family event! We have multiple events for your whole family to participate in! The Wounded Hero 5k, The Navajo Code Talker Memorial Walk, The kids “I RAN A MILE FOR A HERO” one mile fun run! Come out and enjoy great food from Mission BBQ and live entertainment and most importantly our wounded Heroes as guest speakers. All proceeds raised from this event will go towards Operation Ward 57‘s Honor & Courage Program. https://www.woundedherorun.com/
Date – Saturday, September 30th, 2023
- Opening Cermony 9:00am
- Packet pick up will be Friday, Sept. 29, 2019 from 6-8 pm at Crafty’s Tap House, 355 North York Rd, Warminster, PA 18974 and Saturday, Sept. 30th, 2019 from 7:45am-9:45 am, at Warminster Community Park.
There will be finisher prizes for overall top male and female finishers and top male and female finishers in their age groups. T-shirts are guaranteed for the first 300 participants. All runners/walkers will also receive a race bag with fun items and coupons from local businesses.
Address – Warminster Community Park, 350 East Bristol Rd, Warminster, Pennsylvania
5K Cost –
5k – $40 Per Person (In person or Virtual Race Slots Available)
1 Mile Walk – $40 Per Person Before
Kids Fun Run – $25
Virtual Event – $40
Event Website: http://www.woundedherorun.com/
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About Operation Ward 57 and the Honor & Courage Program:
Support wounded warriors, their families and medical staff at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center by providing items that assist in recovery, maintenance and morale of the hospital environment and through advocacy, education and promotion of their circumstances. Tax IS 61-1521946.“Committed to Honoring those of Courage Defending our Freedom”
One of the main goals of Operation Ward 57 has been to provide continued support to our Heroes recovering in the hospital as well as continue that support once they leave and go home for as long as they and their families need us. We also want to continue to give our Heroes a “sense of purpose” and “we still need you” mentality. Our role has been to provide additional support through advocacy, education and promotion of their circumstances.
In order for us to be able to meet this need more effectively we have formed a team of volunteer wounded Heroes to serve as caseworkers/mentors to offer much needed support, compassion and motivation to those who are currently struggling with their injuries both seen and unseen. These wounded Heroes have healed from their own difficult injuries and have learned to cope with issues like PTSD, TBI, medical issues and more and can provide peer support and guidance to those who need it.
Goals for this program are:
- Wounded Hero Mentors & Case Management
- Wounded Hero Motivational Speakers
- Youth Motivational Speakers
- Advocacy & Education