Race for Warmth helps low-income families in Clark County pay electric bills

Featured image from a previous Race for Warmth in Vancouver, Washington (photo credit: Clark Public Utilities)

Run or walk on Sunday, January 26, to help Operation Warm Heart, a Clark Public Utilities program funded entirely by customers to help Clark County’s low-income families in crisis situations pay their electric bills. All money from event registrations go directly to the program.

The 5K walk and 10K run courses start and end at Clark Public Utilities, 1200 Fort Vancouver Way, at the entrance to the Fort Vancouver National Historic site in Vancouver, Washington. There’s also a run for the kids and an after-event party.

Registration is now open online. The entry fee is $30 per person for either the walk or run, which includes the after-event party. Kids can run for free.

Register online, view the course maps, and get more information here.

Online registration is open until January 25. If you miss it, you can still register at the event for an additional $10 fee.

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