2020 Hope Run & Family Picnic

Saturday, April 25, 2020 - 8:00am

JOIN US VIRTUALLY FOR THE HOPE RUN

Trellis Supportive Care regrets that we cannot gather together this year for the 24th Annual Hope Run & Family Picnic. Although we can't be together in person, that doesn't mean we can't be together in spirit. We are thrilled to invite all of our Hope Run participants to join us for our first-ever virtual Hope Run, an exciting way we can continue this tradition and support our community.

This year's Hope Run can be whatever you want it to be - through your neighborhood or on your treadmill. Lace up your sneakers and stretch it all out before your walk, jog, or run. Whenever or however your Hope Run happens, you are still joining our community to honor and remember loved ones. 

We hope you'll be a part of this celebration with us! Share your experience by posting photos or videos of your Hope Run with the hashtag

#VirtualHopeRun2020 

Visit our social media pages through these links: 

Trellis Supportive Care Facebook page

Trellis Hope Run Facebook page

Trellis Supportive Care Instagram

As a part of your Hope Run day (or any day between now and April 25, 2020), have your own Family Picnic by purchasing a carryout or drive-thru meal from Mountain Fried Chicken! Thanks to Charlie "Chicken Charlie" Taylor, for generously donating 10% of his Hope Run-related sales to Trellis Supportive Care! Just mention the Hope Run or Trellis Supportive Care when you purchase to help contribute.

Even though we may be social distancing, our tight-knit community is more important than ever right now. Your support is critical to the compassionate care we provide for patients and their loved ones every single day. The Hope Run and Family Picnic has tremendous impact in enabling our mission every year, and in these unprecedented times, it is critical that we come together to care for one another.

We ask that you consider a donation in any amount to help us continue making a difference in the lives of the patients and families entrusted to our care.  

Together, we can continue to care for those who need us most.