Join us for our Festival & 5K Fun Run
to fund CDKL5 and epilepsy research and awareness


Saturday, September 16, 2017
Check in starts at 7 a.m.
5K Run begins at 8 a.m.


First United Methodist Church AND
Trivium Academy Cross Country Trail
2205 E Hebron Parkway
Carrollton, TX 75010

Festival Includes

(for Donations of any amount!)
Kids Corral (Adult and Youth supervision of children. Onsite donations benefit FirstChurch Youth)
Pony Rides
(Onsite donations benefit Unbridled Horse Therapeutic Riding Center)
EggStand Food Truck (10% of sales will benefit BoyScout Troop 121 in honor of Nickie Lac)  

Schneider Electric Snow Cones (benefit A Wish with Wings)

Emily Herenda Cotton Candy (benefits Team Sean Light The Night North Texas)

Vendor Village (benefits Team Mercy)

and more!


(Price increase August 27)

$35 5K individual entry
$25 Family Pack of 4 or more per person (Trophy for Largest “Family”)
$45 virtual runner (support the cause and stay in bed! Swag will be mailed after event)
(NO Shirt Guarantee after August 21st)

Help us run 300 strong and stop seizures

Our Goal is 300 runners and $20,000–which will contribute to life-changing research for children to live a better quality of life with CDKL5 and epilepsy. The research Hope4Harper supports is helping millions of people worldwide. A piece of Harper from her organ donation is used in each project funded. You can join the fight by running, participating in the festivities as a family, donating, sponsoring and getting the word out about Run4Hope by simply sharing our page with others on your social media.

Money raised

127.72%  25544 of 20000

Past Run4Hope Fundraising

2017 Total Raised …..$25,544 (includes $10,774 raised for the 7 non profits in the Festival)

2016 Total Raised……$18,300
2015 Total Raised …..$10,956
2014 Total Raised …. $14,014
2013 Total Raised …. $14,000
2012 Total Raised …..$9707.47


Please contact Hope4Harper at for any questions or comments.

Thank you to our Sponsors

Hemp Meds Rx

Festival Benefitting these Non Profits

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