The Hood and Portland To Coast Relay is the most popular and largest running and walking relay race in the world, annually drawing participants from over 40 countries and all 50 states. Known as the Mother of All Relays, relay teams will run or walk 197 miles or 130 miles (from Portland) from the iconic top of Mount Hood to the beaches of the Pacific Ocean. As a fundraising team, you have the amazing opportunity to participate in this exclusive event while raising money for deserving, local non-profits.
We look forward to your experience and adventure in the Mother of All Relays on August 26, 2022 and thank you for all your support!
Contact Hope at [email protected] to receive your team’s specialized registration link. By registering your team in the HTC registration portal, this confirms your commitment as a fundraising team for the chosen organization.
As team captain, it’s up to you to help your team reach your $6,000 fundraising goal by the week of Packet Pick-Up. You can choose whether you want to create a team page and invite each of your teammates to have their own fundraising page OR share one fundraising page for everyone on your team. Regardless of what you choose, all of your teammates will be encouraged to share their own page (or your shared page) and raise money from friends and family to reach your team’s fundraising goal for the select organization.
If you’d like everyone on your team to have their own personal fundraising page (recommended)
If you and your teammates would prefer to use one single fundraising page
Since 1923, the Portland Police Bureau Sunshine Division has been providing food and clothing relief to Portland families and individuals in need. Whether due to the loss of a job, domestic crime, illness, or victims of fire or disaster, the Sunshine Division has built a 94-year legacy of mobilizing quickly and efficiently to assist distressed Portlanders.
Since 2009, the Bald Faced Truth Foundation has made a difference in the lives of more than 14,000 area children by providing enriching opportunities and experiences. It is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that was co-founded in 2009 by Oregonian sports columnist, 750-AM and 102.9-FM mid-day radio talk show host and KGW-TV sports commentator John Canzano along with KOIN-TV weekend anchor Anna Canzano.
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The Skanner is a publication in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. An integral part of The Skanner News Group is The Skanner Foundation, the non-profit arm of The Skanner involved in promoting education through scholarships and technological training. Skanner believes that people can improve their future through the positive actions they take today rather than letting the circumstances of the past hold them back. Through their Scholarship Program, students can accomplish their educational goals to ensure a bright and successful future within their communities.
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Blanchet (pronounced Blan-shāy) House is a nonprofit social services organization located in Old Town Portland. We make a difference, one relationship at a time, through food, clothing, and supportive housing programs. We serve anyone who comes to our doors without judgment because we believe everyone deserves dignity, hope, and community.
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RAPID’s mission is to help people with disabilities and Veterans with disabilities accept, embrace, thrive and succeed in reaching their health, wellness and athletic performance goals. They do this by providing a top-tier, all-inclusive health, rehabilitation and social services program that focuses on life-long growth in a supportive environment.
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Girls on the Run reaches girls at a critical stage, strengthening their confidence at a time when society begins to tell them they can’t. Underscoring the important connection between physical and emotional health, Girls On The Run addresses the whole girl when she needs it the most.
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All Hands Raised aligns the community’s efforts to make positive change for children, youth and young adults. All Hands Raised works to help our community improve the academic and social well-being of Multnomah County children and youth, with an acute focus on equity. They are able to deliver over $1.5 million in in-kind support to six school districts and community partners thanks to donors including our fundraising teams.
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How much do I have to raise to participate?
Your team is required to raise $6,000 by the week of packet pickup.
What if I receive a check toward my fundraising goal?
We recommend using your Just Giving page. However, if you receive a check via donation then it should be made out to the Nonprofit organization you are fundraising for. It is imperative that on the memo line on your check you write the following: HTC/PTC, Team Name, Name of person that the donation is going toward.
If I receive a check, where do I send it?
If you receive a check, you will mail it directly to your organization. When mailing a check, please reach out to your contact at the organization you are fundraising for to give them a heads up so that they can be on the lookout for the incoming funds.
What happens if my team decides not to participate?
In your commitment to becoming a fundraising team, the organization is counting on your team fundraising. As a result, if you decide to drop out of racing, your card will be charged $500.