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PROJECT 4:7 is a faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to working with those who battle depression, anxiety, and addiction. The struggle is real! We want to encourage, equip, and empower individuals through awareness, financial support, life coaching, and faith. We partner with
Read more about the number of ways you can support PROJECT 4:7’s efforts. Participate in the Run To Overcome The Run To Overcome is an event to heighten awareness of the prevalence and severity of depression and to offer hope. In our
The Run To Overcome is an event to heighten awareness of the prevalence and severity of depression and to offer hope. In our journey of losing Adam, we have received countless stories of others who either suffer themselves or know someone who
We received support from 19 organizations for the 2016 Run To Overcome!
The Run to Overcome has been a balm to an open wound. I have known about the run since its inception and have supported it. Three years ago, I finally participated. To see my brother's name on the memorial sign was heartbreaking and for a while, the wound was fully opened again. However, seeing so many participants and other people who have had a similar loss as mine has been the balm that has helped heal. It reminds me that I'm not alone in this journey. While I walk the 5k I use it as I time of worship, thanking God for my brother and the years I had with him!
At the first R2O I did the 1 mile, pushing two kids in a stroller and running alongside my oldest. I had never done any runs/walks before then and that moment hooked me. Since that first run I have completed 2-5 mile races, 5-10k’s, a 10 mile race, 5 half marathons, a triathlon, and an Olympic triathlon. It has truly done wonders for my mental health which has made me a better mom, wife, teacher and person. I have never felt better mentally or physically. The running has become a time to think and distress.
After losing my father, I am determined to stop the stigma and bring awareness to the community.
Could you benefit from our program?
Our grants provide financial, health, wellness, and faith-based assistance to support individuals seeking treatment for mental health. We will begin accepting applications January 1, 2017.
Photos from the Run To Overcome
We have had so many wonderful participants and sponsors in our previous runs! Click any of the photos to be taken to our Facebook photo page.