Omaha Midnight Run, a 5K run in the streets of Downtown Omaha to benefit Hope Center for Kids, will be held on Friday, September 6, beginning at 11:59 p.m. The race will start at 12th & Cass Streets, and end at 15th & Mike Fahey Drive.
Omaha Midnight Run registration is $35, and includes a Dri-fit t-shirt, bib, glow stick, chip technology to record run time and a post-run party (food, drink, music, and prizes) at The Yard. Register for this event at http://www.omahamidnightrun.com.
This mission of this event is to bring transformation to the city of Omaha by partnering with established nonprofit organizations serving the inner city and connecting resources to need. Omaha Midnight Run sponsors include: SOS Roofing, Data Power Technology, Borman & Schieber, P.C., Xtreme Recognition, Red Mango, J&J Painting & Remodeling, Micro Plumbing, Innovation5 Technologies, Custom Computing Corporation, Val Verde Animal Hospital, Swimbikusrun, and RoadID.
The Hope Center for Kids faithfully inspires hope in youth and children in the inner city through education, employment, collaboration and faith. Located at 2200 North 20th Street, they provide after-school care, mentoring and tutoring for approximately 1,000 children each year. For more information about the Hope Center for Kids, please visit www.hopecenterforkids.com or call (402) 341-4673.