April 25, 2020
Last Year's Staging area for Dash 4 Dignity
There will be a new location this year!
The Dash 4 Dignity, held by the Heritage Community Church, raises funds to help victims of human trafficking, a verson of modern-day slavery, that is alive and thriving in the United States. This is not just a problem somewhere else, but a problem right here in Anne Arundel County.
Proceeds from this race will support the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) a leading nonprofit working with lew enforcement, families, and professionals in issues related to missing and exually exploited children.
The 7th annual Dash 4 Dignity, 5k Run & 1k Freedom Walk took place Saturday morning April 25th in Severn, Maryland. Parking as usual was open at 6:30am, while activities started at 7am as runners begin to assemble. The 5k Dash started at 7:30am, and five minutes later the 1k Freedom Walk began.
Below is a copy of the course map. A downloadable copy is available by clicking here. A downloadable copy of the staging are can be downloaded by clicking here.
Dash 4 Dignity Course Map