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Gallery+Story: 18th Walk/Run for Families in Crisis goes virtual

The Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home held its first virtual 18th Annual Walk/Run for Families in Crisis on Saturday, June 27.

Event officials say more than 500 people participated in the all-day event, which included a competitive 5K, a one-mile fun walk and a family scavenger hunt.

Many participants said they enjoyed the event, in which they got to choose the time and place to run – including neighborhood sidewalks, permitted trails and even on treadmills.

“My kids and hubby surprised me with a toilet paper finish line,” said participant Luz Munoz. “This was my first official 5K ever, and I’m so proud it was in support of such a wonderful organization. I’m hooked!”

What also made this year’s event unique was that many more out-of-town participants got to join in on the fun, including several former children and staff from the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home.

“It was so exciting to see that out-of-towners competed as individuals or helped make up large teams, and many of them were in some way connected to El Paso,” said Renée Tanner, Chief Executive Officer for the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home.

“Some came from as far as Oregon and Pennsylvania. It just goes to show that they will always be a part of El Paso, and we’re just so grateful to live in a day and age when virtual events like these are possible.”

All proceeds from the event will directly benefit the children and families served by the Home and will help cover the cost of meals throughout the year. The Home spends about $78,000 on food annually.

To donate or learn more about the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home, click here.

Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home 18th annual Walk/Run for Families in Crisis goes virtual

For the first time ever, the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home’s flagship event, the 18th Annual Walk/Run for Families in Crisis, will go virtual – meaning people can run or walk wherever possible and submit their results online.

Event officials say that runners and walkers will have all day Saturday, June 27 to participate; given the virtual nature of this year’s event, even out-of-towners can be a part of the run/walk.

“We knew this would be the best way to continue our event while following the CDC’s COVID-19 prevention guidelines and maintaining the safety of everyone involved,” said Renée Tanner, Chief Executive Officer for the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home.

“We’re keeping the competitive aspect by including awards and prizes, so there will still be ways for people to have fun while helping the children and families we serve.

All proceeds from this event directly benefit the children and families served by the Home and will help cover the cost of meals throughout the year.

The Home spends about $78,000 on food annually.

“The coronavirus pandemic is adding extra layers of challenges to families who were already facing poverty and food insecurity throughout the world,” Tanner said. “This makes our services as crucial as ever, and we’re so grateful for whatever support we can get through this event and beyond.”

Details on how the event works are on online. There are three ways to participate:

  • The classic 5K run will give participants a chance to compete for trophies and medals in various top categories. They will submit their run time, electronic bib number and a screenshot or picture of their pedometer before midnight of June 28.
  • A 1-mile fun walk gives participants and their pets the option to wear a costume while walking for a chance to win prizes. Their pictures would be posted to the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home Facebook page, and the participant with the most “likes” will win a prize.
  • A scavenger hunt gives families the chance to enter a drawing for prizes by donating any amount starting at $1. Participants will receive text messages on June 27 with prompts inviting them to find items or answer riddles and trivia questions.

WHAT: 18th Walk/Run for Families in Crisis, a virtual event benefiting the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home

WHEN: All day Saturday, June 27 until midnight June 28

WHERE: Run or walk in your neighborhood, permitted trails or even in the comfort of your home on a treadmill, then submit your results to ElPasoRun.org.

REGISTRATON FEE: $15 for individuals, $10 for students and military, and $10 for team members (minimum team of 10 participants)

SCAVENGER HUNT: For details on our family scavenger hunt, visit ElPasoRun.org.

MORE INFO: ElPasoRun.org; Email questions to vmolinar@leemoor.org or rtanner@leemoor.org

Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home Requesting School Supplies, Uniforms for Residents

In just a few short weeks, the Lee and Beulah Moor Children’s Home will be sending 80 children back to school for the 2018/2019 school year.

Officials with the home are asking for support from the community to help those 80 children go back to school with uniforms and all the supplies they’ll need.

“With 80 kids going back to school, that means 80 pairs of new shoes, 80 backpacks, 80 sets of school supplies and 80 children needing new school clothes or uniforms…[and] helping is easy,” officials shared via an email. “While you’re out shopping, pick up some extra supplies. We always need help with combination locks, USB sticks, and earbud headphones.”

Another way to get involved is to sponsor one of our 25 elementary or middle school students and help us with their required uniforms.

For $150, residents can buy a child everything necessary for their uniform needs. That’s 5 pairs of pants, 5 monogrammed polos and a school spirit jacket or hoodie.  For information on the various programs, click here.

Additionally, residents can contribute to the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home supply fund online, via  this link.

The home is open Monday through Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM, and is at located 1100 East Cliff Drive for donation drop-offs.

Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home School Supply Donation Drive Underway

While the summer sun is still shining and children are out of school, officials with El Paso’s own Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home are already preparing for the upcoming school year.

To that end, the home has kicked off their donation drive for the 2017-18 school year.  According to officials with the home, many of the children in their care have never started the school year with a new outfit or uniform.

“The stress of going to a new school is pressure enough, without having to worry what other kids think and feeling inadequate because of old, worn clothes.”

A donation of $30 can purchase a complete school uniform for one child. Just $150 will dress a child for success at school with three complete uniforms and a new pair of shoes.

“At Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home it is our priority to give our children the same childhood experiences as any other child in the schools, the feeling of excitement as they get ready for another academic school year. To succeed, they need basic school supplies, including pens, pencils, backpacks, notebooks, uniforms and of course, new shoes,” officials added.

Donors can make an important contribution to the kids by donating school supplies. Home officials say, “In-kind gifts allow us to spend more of our budget dollars on critical services for children and families.”

Following is their wish list for school supplies; the list is by no means exhaustive. If you have something else to donate, please suggest it.

Donations of any of the following are greatly appreciated:

  • RED Pens
  • USB Drives
  • Locks for school lockers
  • Poster board/display board
  • Plastic sheet protectors
  • Graphing paper
  • Hi-Liters
  • Composition books
  • 3 prong plastic folders
  • Ziplock bags (quart and gallon)
  • Copy paper
  • Markers, assorted colors and sizes
  • Pencil sharpeners
  • 3 and 5 subject notebooks
  • College ruled Loose-leaf notebook paper
  • Three-ring binders (2″ and 3″)
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Clorox Wipes
  • Composition books
  • Scientific Calculators
  • Scientific/graphing calculators
  • Kleenex

 

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