Midlothian Community Park, Midlothian, Ellis County, Texas, United States

Start Date


Activity tags attached to this sportie.

Activities: Nonprofit event, 1.8 Miles

Please join us for a fun family day at Midlothian Community Park for our First Annual Metal Health Awareness Walk and Festival.  Help us to bring attention to the importance of Mental Health to everyone.  Together we can help to #breakthestigma!  All ages and abilities are invited to walk, push, pull or roll along the one mile course around the park and then enjoy music, food/drink, shopping at the many art, craft and service vendors, along with mental health resource agencies for families to learn more about mental health resources in our area.  Enjoy the playgrounds and open spaces this beautiful park offers too!

Use the Sign Up button to register in the Mental Health Awareness Walk.   Registered Adults (18-99) for a $15 donation receive an event t-shirt, registered youth (12-17) for a $10 donation receive an event t-shirt, children (0-11) are free and receive an event balloon.  Registered dogs are free and receive an event bandanna.

All proceeds will benefit Paws for Reflection Ranch Scholarship Fund providing clients financial assistance needed to receive our Mental Health Services and Programs along with helping to support the care and feeding of our Ranch Therapy Animals.  Since 2007, Paws for Reflection Ranch has partnered our horses and 35 other Ranch Therapy Animals with licensed counselors and therapists to heal the mind, body, and spirit of clients of all ages and abilities from our peaceful ranch setting in Midlothian, TX.   Paws for Reflection Ranch is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.  All donations are tax deductible.

Event Sponsorship Opportunities and Vendor Booth Rentals are available. (details below).  Please join us to support Mental Health Awareness by registering to participate in the walk and festival today!  Please invite friends and relatives to participate as well!  Together we can help to #BreakTheStigma associated with mental health.

Subscribe to track & get notified of any updates to this activity (each activity requires a separate subscription/submission).