What: Walk, Run or Bike with your Family to benefit your Catholic School
When: October 11- October 25
Where: (Optional) We recommend the Mission Reach Trail at Mission Espada & Mission San Juanor to walk in your neighborhood!
Prizes for school video submissions, funds raised, and school participation!All proceeds will go back to your Catholic School!
More T-shirts have been ordered!
Call 210-734-1673 or email email@example.com
Tag the Archdiocese, Hope for the Future, and your Catholic School on Facebook and Instagram! Use the hashtag #CatholicSchool5K.
About Hope for the Future: Since December 2006, Hope for the Future has offerend tuition assistance to more than 16,000 students, raising over $22 Million. However, each year a student remains on the waitlist. It is estimated that about 7,000 children are in need of tuition assistance. If you would like to support Catholic Education and/or sponsor a student in need of tuition assistance, click here.
About the San Antonio Missions: The old Spanish Missions of San Antonio are a chain of five Spanish Colonial era compounds. They are located in a southern line from the center of downtown San Antonio to the southern edge of the city. They were established in the 18th century as an outreach of the Spanish government and the Catholic Church. The Franciscan Fathers founded each mission to evangelize the indigenous natives, teach them skills to help them adapt to Spanish ways, and minister to their needs. While they were at the height of their influence, the missions were economic leaders in trade and agriculture. They paved the way for San Antonio to become a city. Today, the missions remain active parochial communities and centers of tourism. They draw people from around the world to experience this glimpse into another life. Their interests run the gamut from spiritual to historical to anthropological to archeological. If you would like to learn more click here.