Join us for our 5th Annual Warrior Princess Mud Run!
At Harbor House, we are serious about ending domestic abuse. And we are just as serious about celebrating the bravery so many survivors have shown overcoming the many obstacles on their journey to safety and healing! The Warrior Princess Mud Run (WPMR) is our largest fundraiser of the year and our dedicated tribe of enthusiastic participants has raised over $360,000 in support of our efforts to end domestic abuse!
The WPMR is a non-competitive 5K adventure run and obstacle course designed for women and men of all fitness levels. This isn’t a timed event, so there’s no pressure to beat a certain time, only the incentive to complete the course to become a true “Warrior Princess,” joining the movement to end domestic violence.
Get Muddy for a Mission - Fundraising Opportunities
Have an even greater impact providing have, help and hope for survivors in our community and putting an end to domestic violence by starting your own Warrior Princess Mud Run fundraiser. Fundraising is open to anyone and 100% of proceeds go directly to Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs.
Raise $150 or more for Harbor House and get your registration refunded*
Send your fundraising link to friends and family, asking them to support your Warrior Princess Mud Run fundraising effort by making a donation to Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs
Every donation counts. Whether $5, $25, or $100, each gift makes a huge difference to helping survivors of domestic violence and their families.
As an added incentive, the Warrior Princess Mud Run will refund the registration fee (processing fees not included) for all participants who raise $150 or more for Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs.
*All Warrior Princess Mud Run Fundraisers will have until August 25, 2016 to reach their fundraising goal. All refunds will be administered within 3 weeks after event weekend, and processed back to the credit card with which the Warrior Princess Mud Run registration was purchased (sorry, no exceptions).
About Harbor House
Established in 1984, Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is the singular agency in our service area of Outagamie and Calumet counties committed to understanding the breadth of domestic abuse and victims’ evolving needs. We understand that domestic abuse is scary, difficult and uncertain. We will do everything in our power to keep people safe through knowledge and connection – and we will take time to celebrate bravery by celebrating action. As passionate advocates we constantly seek to start, drive and shape the conversation around domestic abuse and the services needed in order to break the cycle. Above all we are partners – here to support and empower the more than 1,600 individuals and families who seek our services each year.