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WALK FOR KIDS CANCELLED

OKLAHOMA CITY (June 7, 2019) – Walk for Kids on Saturday, June 8, 2019, has been cancelled due to the continuous inclement weather over the past month. We always strive to make sure everyone has an enjoyable experience, but as the grounds are completely saturated, we are looking out for the health and safety of our walkers.

As everyone is saddened by this turn of events, the spirit of Walk for Kids extends till the end of June. It takes $75 to house a family for one night, and all RMHC-OKC guest families stay for free because of the generosity of our community.

Walk for Kids has not reached the $70,000 goal. Every gift makes a huge impact and goes directly to keep families together and near their hospitalized child. Please visit www.rmhc-okc.org/walk-for-kids to make sure families receive the best medicine…each other.

There are plenty of Walk for Kids T-shirts available in youth and adult sizes. If you’d like to “wear your RMHC heart on your sleeve” call Rachel Abney at 405-424-6873 x107.

“Thank you for all your time, effort and support for Walk for Kids, and even though we may not be walking tomorrow, let’s make sure families in medical crisis feel our community’s love and support,” said Susan Adams, RMHC-OKC president and CEO.

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