Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month With Our Hearts In Motion Virtual 5K October 8 - 15, 2022.
Sign up today to run, walk, or roll our family fun 5K to support Hearts In Motion's programming that helps Hispanic communities here in the U.S. and our human service programs in Guatemala.
Pick any day and time during the week of Oct. 8 - 15 to complete our Virtual 5K. Also, be sure to join us on Facebook race week to see posts of runners, walkers, bikers, and hikers completing their 5K to help spread hope, healing, and happiness! Giving to Hearts In Motion is one of the best ways to support Hispanic countries, such as Guatemala, during National Hispanic Heritage month. This family fun 5K makes it easy for everyone to participate and honor the Hispanic heritage and how it has influenced our lives!
Our goal is to raise $7,000 to ensure that 50 unsponsored Guatemalan children in our school assistance program can complete their education in 2022.
Your 5K registration can make a big difference!
Guatemala is one of the least developed countries in Latin America, with almost half the population living below the poverty line. Every year we help 500+ children with an array of support, including food, medical care, surgery, school tuition and supplies, clothing, shelter, and safety. Hearts In Motion is an international nonprofit that helps Guatemalans continue their legacy and culture by providing transformational and life-saving services that make National Hispanic Heritage Month so vibrant.
What is Hispanic Heritage Month?
Over 50 years ago, National Hispanic Heritage was initially recognized during a week-long celebration and later passed into law, growing the distinction to highlight how Hispanic people have shaped and influenced U.S. history to a month-long celebration. National Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off on September 15, Guatemala's National Independence Day, through October 15, 2022! Join in the celebration for this family fun run/walk and support an organization that has helped our family in Guatemala other Latin countries with transformational and life-saving services.