Join West Houston Assistance Ministries (WHAM) at the 5th Annual Spring Dash 5K/1K to raise money to fight poverty and hunger in West Houston.
Dress in your fanciest cape and superhero outfit and run our 5K/1K, helping us fight against poverty and hunger in Houston.
The WHAM Spring Dash will run along the Westchase District trails. While the route does not utilize any public streets, portions of the trails run alongside busy streets. Please be aware of your surroundings at all times and stay on the trails. Do not run on public streets. View Course Map Here
After your heroic run and fight against poverty (POW!), all superheroes will get to take a break, receive a finisher medal, and enjoy the food, drinks, fun activities, and raffles that will be at the Super Post-Race Party. Super Pets on leashes are also welcome to join in the run and fun.
Tickets and Sponsorships are available. For sponsorship levels, click HERE.
Registration Fees (includes a shirt, bib, and swag bag):
Early Registration (February 1 - April 20)
Regular Registration (April 21 - May 15)
Late Registration (May 16 - 20)
SLEEP-IN SUPPORTER $45
Out of town on Race Day? Not a morning person? Don't worry! Register as a Sleep-in Supporter and your packet will be mailed to you. To receive your packet by May 20, please register no later than May 12. To avoid delivery delays, please enter your correct mailing address during registration.
WHAM will hold an in-person Packet Pickup (Shirt, bib and swag bag) from May 18-19 from 10am-5pm at the WHAM Resale Store, located at 3100 Rogerdale Rd, Houston, TX 77042. Race Day Packet Pickup will open at 7:30 a.m.
You may choose to have your packet mailed to you for an additional $8 s/h fee. To avoid delivery delays, please enter your correct mailing address during registration. All packet mailing requests must be received by May 12.
West Houston Assistance Ministries provides free, life-changing services that foster self-sufficiency in those struggling to meet their basic needs. We feed children, families, seniors, and the homeless, offer financial aid with rent and bills to prevent eviction and disconnection of vital services, and provide employment services, education, and training to give the unemployed and underemployed the opportunity to learn new skills so they can find meaningful work. In 2021, we helped over 135,000 people with food, financial assistance and employment. Since covid19 began, we have helped over 200,000 struggling individuals during their most desperate moments.