Fight Human Trafficking
Join walkers and runners from all over the Metro Detroit dressed as your favorite Dr. Seuss character. Through this race, our mission is to educate the community on the serious problem of human trafficking happening in the metropolitan area of Detroit. Your participation will raise funds to help support the following anti-human trafficking organizations: All Worthy of Love, The Joseph Project and Hope Against Trafficking (HAT).
DATE: Saturday, September 21, 2019
LOCATION: River Bends Park, 5700 22 Mile Rd, Shelby Charter Twp, MI 48317
COST: $35 Adult 5K| $35 Adult 10K | $50 Adult 5K//10K Combo| $15 Kids Race (12 & under)
KIDS RACE TIME: 9:00am
ADULT RACE START TIME: 9:30am
Awards will be given to the best dressed Dr. Seuss Group, Individual Adult, Individual Child under 12 and Pet.
Early Packet Pick-Up Information
DATE: Friday, September 20
TIME: 3:00pm to 7:00pm
(Please use Gym Entrance on southside of the building)
Packet pick-up on day of race is available from 8:00 - 9:00am.
Day of Race Registration
*NOTE: Any registrations that are received after Sunday, September 1 will not be guaranteed an event t-shirt or medal.
Meet Our Partners
Unshackled is a group of passionate "freedom fighters". Our goal is to raise awareness of human trafficking that is occuring around the world and in our own backyards. We seek to be a voice for those whose voices have been robbed. We collaborate with other anti-human trafficking organizations to offer educational and hands on engagement opportunties for those in Metro Detroit.
All Worthy of Love
All Worthy of Love is a justice focused non-profit that reaches out to men and women enslaved by street-prostitution. We help prevent sex-trafficking through awareness. We rescue victims of trafficking through weekly outreach. We restore victims of trafficking through partnerships with local organizations that offer safe housing and restorative care. We belive all are worthy of love.
The Joseph Project
The Joseph Project is a non-profit organization that connects human trafficking survivors with pro bono legal services. Often trafficking survivors face legal obstacles that arise from the circumstances of their exploitation, but they do not have the knowledge or the financial means to secure skilled legal representation. The Joseph Project exsists to create a network of Legal First Responders to service survivors' legal needs on a pro bono basis.
Hope Against Trafficking (HAT)
Hope Against Trafficking is a 24-month residential program that provides restorative housing and comprehensive services focused on physical, mental, emotional and economic transformation. This dedicated housing and programming is committed to serving adult female survivors of sex and labor trafficking induced by threat, force and/or coercion.