Mike Kopanski Memorial Golf Tournament 8:00 am
At Hope For The Warriors, your safety is our top priority, especially with the ongoing impact of COVID-19. We encourage event participants to follow the CDC’s safety guidelines, as well as state and local guidelines concerning COVID. Let’s stay safe and protect others as we gather to support HOPE!
That’s why Hope For The Warriors means so much to me and my husband. It not only made it possible for me to study art, it gave me a safe place to share my experience with others going through something similar. It even helped me understand what my husband and I need to care for ourselves and each other.
—Military Caregiver Sarah Dale
The Reynoldsburg Division of Police, The City of Reynoldsburg Parks and Recreation, and the Truro Township Fire Department join forces in their 9th Annual Heroes for Heroes 5k Obstacle Course and Run/Walk. Registration fees, donations and merchandise sales all benefit HOPE.
Teams or individuals can compete in the Obstacle Course including walls, crawls, water, mud pits, sled pulls and tire flips, among others. The traditional 5k run/walk is held on a paved course through Civic Park.
An annual golf tournament hosted by George MacClary that benefits HOPE.
As a part of the Share The Magic campaign, Synnex is hosting a golf tournament benefitting HOPE and the Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation.
Paine Schwartz Partners will team up with Spartan for a mini Spartan course at Governors Island, NY on 10/7/22. HOPE will be there to support registration and sponsorship efforts.
This is a two part event that the BOT has organized. First we will attend a wreath laying at Arlington National Cemetery at 4:00 pm. Following the wreath laying we will be attending a Salon Style dinner at Deloitte’s office in Rosslyn, VA.
When you shop at your local Casey’s General Store location this November, round up your purchase at the register to benefit Hope For The Warriors.
Joseph McCrink, a Miami Police Officer for 25 years, has been doing charity road bike rides for the past 4 years leading up to his retirement. After getting a HOPE wristband at a water stop on one of his rides, he was motivated for the 2022 ride to support HOPE! Each year he chooses a difficult ride in order to show honor and commitment to his cause – this year, that is our military community.