The Blast had a great turnout at Panther Island Pavilion on April 1, 2023. This family-friendly walk returned this year to help benefit the patients, families and staff at Cook Children’s Hematology and Oncology Center. There was an awesome turnout from the community for this out-of-this world event!
We had a great turnout at Walk MS: Fort Worth on Saturday, March 25, 2023. Over $95,000 were raised from this event to help take a step towards a world free of MS. The walk began at 9:00am and attendees had the option of participating in the 1 Mile route or the 3 Mile Route.
Hundreds of attendees joined the Junior League of Fort Worth on January 21st for the In Her Boots 5k Run & 1 Mile Walk. This first annual event allowed individuals to choose between a 5k run and a 1 mile walk in their favorite cowboy boots. This unique event celebrated Fort Worth’s western heritage and had a great turnout!
This fan-favorite fall tradition returned to Panther Island Pavilion on Saturday, November 19th. Runners got to cruise along the Trinity River with shady paths and wide streets by participating in the Half Marathon, 10k and 5k! There was an afterparty in The Shack where participants could enjoy hot chocolate, Pumpkin Spice coffee, ice cold beer, Pumpkin Spice treats and great music.
Hundreds of runners came out to participate in the Fort Worth Marathon on Sunday, November 13th. Participants could choose from the USA Track and Field Association certified Full Marathon, 20 Mile Race, Half Marathon or 5k. Following the races, runners got to enjoy hot showers, food trucks, music and more!
There was an awesome turnout at the Justice Run on October 29th! Hundreds of individuals joined together to enjoy the music festival and participate in the races. The family friendly music festival included bounce houses, food trucks, vendors and great music! There were a variety of races, such as a Full Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k and 5k. The funds raised from this event will go towards the building of The Justice Residences.
Bike MS: Round Up Ride 2022 finished up their amazing 2-day experience at The Shack on Panther Island Pavilion on Sunday, May 15th! This event had over 70 teams with 1,007 participants and raised over $1,031,000!! With multiple route options, including a century route through the DFW metroplex, this event pedaled even closer to a cure in North Texas! Thank you to everyone who participated in or donated to this event!
Thousands of families joined together for March for Babies on May 7th at Panther Island Pavilion! This movement raised over $380,000 to help ensure that every mom, baby and family gets an equal, healthy and safe start to life! There was fun for everyone with balloons, fun photo-ops, games and the walk of course! This event was an all-around awesome time!
There was an awesome turnout at The Blast on April 5th at Panther Island Pavilion! On Saturday, the community gathered to enjoy food and fun after walking to help blast away cancer! Over $185,000 was raised by this event to bring more innovative research, groundbreaking medical treatments and trailblazing clinical trials to children with cancer at Cook Children’s!
Pumpkin Spice 5k, 10k and Half Marathon
It was a great turnout at the Pumpkin Spice 5k, 10k and Half Marathon on November 20th at Panther Island Pavilion! This event was full of festive fun from Hot Chocolate, Pumpkin Spice coffee, fall beer, goodies, great music and races! The weather was great, the runners were terrific and the memories made were unforgettable!
The Fort Worth Marathon was back again at Panther Island Pavilion on November 7, 2021! These racers participated in either a 5k, 20-mile race, full or half marathon!
There were also hot showers, food trucks, live music, and FREE money giveaways! Overall, this race had a great turnout accompanied by great Fort Worth weather!
The 1st Annual Justice Run took place at Panther Island Pavilion on October 10, 2021. Runners had the ability to race in a 10k, 5k, full, or half marathon. This event kicked off at 3:00pm with a free live concert, vendors, bounce houses, food trucks, merchandise, and the races began at 4:00pm.
There were over 1,000 people signed up to run for justice! The proceeds for this event go towards supporting the building of the Justice Residences, long-term residence homes for sex-trafficking survivors.