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Proceeds from the event will directly benefit Sinai House, a residential social service program in Washington, DC, in its mission to enable families to move from homelessness to independence by providing safe and affordable housing, comprehensive social services and financial support.Donate/Sponsor Sponsorship Opportunities
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All proceeds from this race will benefit Sinai House in its mission to enable families to move from homelessness to independence by providing safe and affordable housing, comprehensive social services and financial support.Learn more about Sinai House
We run, walk and celebrate in honor of the memory of Tricia Davis who was an early supporter of Sinai House. She was committed to combating homelessness and housing insecurity and turned this commitment towards the establishment and longevity of Sinai House. Tricia brought energy, excitement and passion to everything she did in life, and Sinai House was no exception.