Join TAPS this March at the Great Human Race!
Do you like to Run? Walk? Stay fit?
Join us at the Great Human Race on March 24th in Durham as we raise funds for TAPS operating costs.
We want you on our Team!
TAPS is looking for walkers, runners, fundraisers, donors, and volunteers to join our team at the Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Center’s Great Human Race on Saturday March 24th 2018. No matter what your ability is – we want you to join us! Bring your babies, your friends, your partners, and your parents to be a part of our stroller striding parenting posse! This 5K Run and community walk is a great way to reconnect with your TAPS group, explore the beautiful Forest Hills neighborhood in Durham, and raise funds and awareness for TAPS. Help us reach our big goal of $5,000!
How can I help?
Join the TAPS team! Click on the “Be a fundraiser” button at the top of this page and set up a page for yourself. Get your whole friends network involved! No donation amount is too small!
Give! Go to the TAPS Great Human Race Page and Give toward this campaign. No donation is too small!
Run! If you want to race, make sure you register using the TAPS code TAPS2018. TAPS receives $5 of every registration that uses our code. Volunteers and fundraisers are also welcome to walk with TAPS! Share! Share this page on social media and get all your friends and family involved!
Will you partner with us throughout 2018 to strengthen families in the Triangle?
"While I was beyond excited to be expecting, I was also feeling very isolated and a bit lonely. These feelings only intensified following the birth of our daughter. At times the loneliness felt so heavy it was oppressive.
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I LOVED meeting with my group every week. I was surrounded by other moms who were struggling with, surviving, and thriving through the same challenges that I was facing. The support without judgement was absolutely invaluable! No matter what challenges any of us were going through at time, we all knew we were not alone. We had each other."
- TAPS Group Participant