Register online HERE now through February 28st, the last day of race week.
Since 1986, the Houston Bar Association has raised over $1 Million for The Center for Pursuit. Please join us in continuing to support this worthwhile cause by participating in the 8K Race, the Children's Run or the 1-Mile Family Walk.
1K Children's Run
8K Wheelchair Division
1-Mile Family Walk
8K Finisher Medals awarded to all 8K finishers. All race registrants, except 1K Children's Run participants, receive t-shirts with entry. Race packets will be mailed to participants after the race.
The 8K Run is an official Spring Series Race of the Houston Area Road Runners Association (HARRA)
Attention Law Week Fun Run sponsors and participants. We challenge you to participate in some friendly
interorganizational competition to help increase registration and support for the Fun Run and to promote
the great work of The Center for Pursuit! The Fun Run Registration Challenge is open to all law firms,
corporations, law schools, and other participating organizations. Family, friends, and staff welcome.
Organizations will be awarded points as follows:
1 registered runner = 1 point
1 adopted resident walker = 5 points
1 law firm/legal department or law student team = 10 points (Teams registered as part of an organizationâ€™s Gold
sponsorship will also count!)
Social Media Promotion = 3 points per post on any individual social media platform (LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Reddit with the HBA, Law Week Fun Run, and The Center for Pursuit tagged - see handles below) helping promote the Fun Run and/or raising awareness about The Center for Pursuit
***Please report your contributions to Bonnie Simmons at the HBA. We will post bi-weekly updates on our
website and social media platforms.***
All organizations that make a significant contribution to the campaign will receive Achievement Awards
Bronze Partners - 25 points
Silver Partners - 50 points
Gold Partners - 75 points
Platinum Partners - 100 points
Overall Award - Highest overall combined totals
Best All-Around Award - Outstanding achievement based on participation in numerous point categories
Name Creativity Award - as determined by the Fun Run committee, the most creative team name
Spirit Award - The most volunteers and social media promotion for the Fun Run
Law Week Fun Run
The Center for Pursuit
Houston Bar Association
A GREAT CAUSE
The Center for Pursuit, a private, non-profit corporation, is a United Way agency dedicated to offering people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to reach their full potential and to contribute to their community. One hundred percent of your entry fee for the John J. Eikenburg Law Week Fun Run is contributed directly to The Center for Pursuit and helps support a variety of programs designed to provide education, job training, socialization, community living, and health care for people with intellectual disabilities.
Since 1986, the Houston Bar Association has raised over $1 Million for The Center for Pursuit. Please join us in continuing to support this worthwhile cause by participating in the 8K race, the children's run or the 1-mile family walk.
If you are unable to participate in an event, please consider supporting The Center for Pursuit by making a tax deductible donation by mailing your check to the Houston Bar Association, 1111 Bagby, FLB 200, Houston, Texas 77002. Make checks payable to Houston Bar Foundation.
The Center for Pursuit Mission Statement
The Center for Pursuit promotes the pursuit of choice, growth, and personal independence for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
For more than six decades, The Center for Pursuit has empowered individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) to live meaningful, dignified lives filled with opportunity. Through innovative programs and services in areas like employment training, community living, and day habilitation, The Center for Pursuit helps their clients to develop the skills and tools necessary to grow as individuals and participate fully in their community. Always growing and changing, The Center for Pursuit currently serves over 450 adults with I/DD in the Houston area. The support provided is tailored to the varied needs of the people and families they serve. Each day, in each program, there are breakthroughs, tender moments, and everyday victories that affirm The Center for Pursuit's steadfast commitment to their mission and the humanity within us all.
Finisher medals for all 8K runners.
Individual: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place M/F in the following age groups: