Interested in sponsoring Project Mobility's Hops for Hope 5K? We are anticipating 1,000 runners/walkers. These participants will have access to your business along with over 18,000 followers on Project Mobility's Facebook and Instagram combined. Sponsoring Hops for Hope 5K isn't only fun and a great return on your investment but your sponsorship fee goes towards a local charity, Project Mobility. This is a great opportunity to promote your business! Exposure can begin as soon as you commit to a sponsor level. Promote your business while changing lives!
Where does my Sponsor fee go?
Your sponsor fee goes to local nonprofit, Project Mobility. Our mission is to provide the freedom of mobility to children, adults and wounded soldiers with disabilities through adaptive cycling. Hops for Hope 5K promotes the freedom of mobility while bringing awareness to those they don't have the opportunity as many of us get to. But with the help of our sponsors we can share this freedom to more children, adults and wounded soldiers. At Hops for Hope 5K 2017 we were able to surprise a local young girl with her very own adaptive bicycle at the Awards Ceremony. At Hops for Hope 5K 2018 we were able to surprise a local young man with his very own adaptive bicycle. At Hops for Hope 5K 2019 we gave an adaptive bike to a young avid cyclist who was paralyzed in a diving accident.
Testimonials from Adaptive Bike Giveaway during Awards Ceremony at Hops for Hope 5K
"I loved the adaptive bike presentation. It was heart warming and it reminded me where our money was going. It was also nice to see a physical example of what our money was going towards. I wish the sound quality was better, though. I also enjoyed all the beer, food, and the band."
"Loved the band, awards were fun and the presentation of the bike to the little girl almost made me cry! I loved the whole after party. I think we stayed to the end haha"
"Was a spectator but my husband and daughter ran...great fun for all...a very moving experience when your young girl received her new bike!"