WHAM Virtual Spring Dash

Houston, TX

Join West Houston Assistance Ministries (WHAM) at the 3rd Annual Spring Dash 5K/1K presented by Premier America Credit Union to raise money to fight poverty and hunger in West Houston.

Due to COVID-19 and our desire to keep our participants safe, the 2021 Spring Dash presented by Premier America Credit Union will be a virtual, non-competitive fun run. Registered runners will run a safe and appropriately socially-distanced 5K route anywhere, anytime they like, from June 4-6. Top finisher awards will not be given. However, every registered runner will receive a finisher medal, a T-shirt and a swag bag full of sponsor gifts!

Snap a photo before, during, or after your run and tag WHAM on social media using #WHAMSpringDash and @WHAMMinistries and you will be entered to win an Amazon or Target gift card.

Sponsorship options and team registrations are available. For more information on being a race sponsor, please click here or email us

Registration Fees:

Early Registration (through March 31)

5K: $30

1K: $20

Regular Registration (April 1 - May 31)

5K: $35

1K: $25

Late Registration (June 1-6)

5K: $40

1K: $30

WHAM will hold an in-person Packet Pickup on Wednesday, June 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the WHAM Resale Store, located at 3100 Rogerdale Rd, Houston, TX 77042. If you do not wish to pick up your packet at this time, you may choose to have it mailed to you for an additional $6 fee (shipping and handling). To avoid delivery delays, please enter your correct mailing address during registration. 

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When & Where

Jun 4, 2021 - Jun 6, 2021


12:00 AM

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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.  During Covid19, we have helped over 140,000 people with food, financial assistance and employment.
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