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May Sat

Run and Ride to Remember to benefit Poppen Hospice Residence

Start at:
8:30 AM
Address/Location:
Routes start in Fruitport, Michigan

Run, jog, walk or ride with us – in person or virtually!

Annual event raising funds and awareness for the Harbor Hospice Foundation and supporting The Leila & Cyrus Poppen Hospice Residence program is coming back with in-person May 28 and virtual May 21-28 (10 am).

Again in 2022, the 41st Annual Fruitport Old Fashioned Days 5K run will benefit the Leila and Cyrus Poppen Hospice Residence. Participates will run, jog, walk, or ride in memory or honor of a loved one.

Runners, walkers, joggers, and bikers must register online for the in person or virtual events. All proceeds from online registration and crowdfunding to benefit the Poppen Hospice Residence in Fruitport Township. Since 2006, the Fruitport and surrounding communities have supported the charity bike ride with almost $19,000 in proceeds benefiting our inpatient hospice program, The Leila & Cyrus Poppen Hospice Residence, which opened in 2005.  Over 3,500 patients and families have called this their home at end-of-life.

5K Registration here

Bike ride Registration here

DON’T FORGET to crowdfund support for your run or ride. Top crowdfunder will win a surprise gift card and bike or run swag!  Raise funds for your run or ride by creating a simple fundraising page and sharing link through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Start a fundraising page here.

To view previous event photos please visit our Facebook page

Harbor Hospice and Scolnik Healing Center, serving Muskegon, Oceana, Mason, Ottawa, and Newaygo counties.

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