SERVICE UPDATE for FALLSWAY CLINIC: Between Tuesday, 8/17 and Monday, September 27, appointments and walk-in capacity at our Fallsway clinic will be limited while we change our health record system. For appointments or care, please call 410-837-5533.

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Register for the 2021 Rock Your Socks 5K!

08.03.21

 

Our sock-rocking 5K is baaack and in person on Saturday, November 6.
We're sporting a new route in Patterson Park and the dollars raised help our neighbors regain health and a safe place to call home!

Register here

Sign up before September 30 and registration is only $30!


Dust off your wildest socks and help create a healthy community for everyone:

  • Every $500 you raise means a year of life-saving care for one person experiencing homelessness.
  • Individual fundraisers get prizes for reaching $50, $250, $500 and $1,000. Get started today!

Rock Your Socks 5K

Patterson Park

Saturday, November 6 I 9 a.m.

Early Bird Registration: $30

Can’t make the race, but still want to support people experiencing homelessness? Make a donation here.


Safety of participants, volunteers, sponsors and staff is of utmost importance to Health Care for the Homeless. We are committed to following any local, state, national and CDC guidelines at the 2021 Rock Your Socks 5K. We will continue to monitor health metrics and make adjustments to our race plan as needed. 

For questions or registration changes, please contact donations@hchmd.org or 443-703-1345.

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