2022 Zoe’s Race details coming soon!
Thank you all for participating in the 11th Annual Zoe’s Race on August 25, 2019
It was a beautiful day and we were thrilled to see so many families and individuals participate, and share in the festivities, food, and music.
Zoe’s Race is grateful for such amazing community support from our sponsors, participants, and volunteers. Your participation is what makes this event such a success. Check out the Zoe’s Race Photo Album on Howard Center’s Facebook page. Feel free to tag or share your favorite photos.
Race results for the men’s and women’s 5K and 10K are now available. Congratulations to our race winners and everyone who came out to help us make a difference in the lives of our neighbors in need of accessibility modifications.
We could not do it without you!
Thank you to our 2019 Sponsors!
The idea for Zoe’s Race was sparked in 2009 when Erika Nestor began a remodeling project to make her home accessible for her daughter Zoe. Zoe, who is now a teenager, is in a wheelchair as a result of a near drowning accident when she was 18 months old. During the process the Nestors were surprised to learn that there were very limited funds available to assist families with remodeling costs related to accessibility. Although they were grateful that they were able to make their home accessible, they worried about other families who may not be so fortunate. In an effort to make a difference, Erika teamed up with Howard Center and Zoe’s Race was born.
Howard Center’s Zoe’s Race is a 1K fun run, 5K walk/run, and 10K run, designed to raise funds for local families who are in need of creating accessible homes for their children. To date, Zoe’s Race has raised over $200,000 and has helped 21 local families to make their homes accessible.