McKINNEY (May 22, 2013) — Lately, turning on the news displays one disaster after another. As a nation we have had to unite and lend a helping hand to our surrounding neighbors. That is exactly what Cooper Craig Ranch is pledging to do for the Moore, Oklahoma disaster.
Cooper Craig Ranch will host a not-for-profit 5K/10K Run MOORE for Relief, It’s OK to Walk on Saturday, June 1 at 8 a.m. at Cooper Craig Ranch. Registration and additional information is available at coopercraigranch.com. The race will host a moment of silence and a balloon release for every life lost. All proceeds from the race will go to the Tulsa Community Foundation, Moore/Shawnee Relief Fund and the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter.
“We run for those who now can’t and to raise money for those that must rebuild their lives piece by piece,” said Cara Bonney, Fitness Director at Cooper Craig Ranch.
In addition, Cooper Craig Ranch is collaborating with the Mayor’s Health Partnership of McKinney, which includes Baylor of McKinney, McKinney Independent School District and the City of McKinney to collect needed items and monetary donations for those in need. For a list of needed items and drop off locations, please visit Facebook.com/mckinneyhealth.
“There are a million ways to help and McKinney has never let us down. Sign up for the run, drop off donations and promote the cause within your work or business. These families need us,” said Tiffany Bednar at Cooper Craig Ranch Community Relations Director and Mayor’s Health Partnership member.
To learn more about Cooper Craig Ranch, visit coopercraigranch.com.