About the Race
Join us on April 13, 2024 for the 15th Annual Green Door 5K/10K Race and 1-mile Fun Run, either in person or virtually!
Whether you’re a competitive runner or novice with a heart for the poor, we welcome all to participate. Expect a day of fun—with a live band, photo ops, food, drinks, and more!
All proceeds will benefit Children’s Relief International’s Green Door Project. The project provides homes to orphans, widows, and families in need at CRI’s projects worldwide.
Learn more about the Green Door Project.
Thursday, 4/11: 11 am – 6 pm at CRI Home Office (505 E Boydstun)
Friday, 4/12: 11 am – 3 pm at CRI Home Office (505 E Boydstun)
Saturday, 4/13: 7:30 am at Harry Myers Park Amphitheater (815 E Washington)
The 5K and 10K Race
Our course loops Harry Myers Park and surrounding neighborhoods. Racers can access chip-timed results after the event.
Pre-registration includes a race t-shirt. To secure your shirt, register by March 25, 2024. Race day registration is available.
Awards will be given to in-person runners only for the following 5K & 10K categories:
- Overall Male and Female Winners
- 11 and under Male and Female
- 12-14 Male and Female
- 15-19 Male and Female
- 20-29 Male and Female
- 30-39 Male and Female
- 40-49 Male and Female
- 50-59 Male and Female
- 60+ Male and Female
Participation medals will be given to all 5K and 10K runners!
We need your help to build Green Door homes!
In 2010, Jason & Lindy Pieratt invited a group of friends from Rockwall to visit Children’s Relief International’s project in Mozambique. The team set a goal to raise funds for the trip and to construct a Green Door home ($3,200 at the time). With much excitement, the group hosted the First Annual Green Door Race. With 80+ runners and 30+ volunteers, the race was a hit. The team raised enough funds to travel to Mozambique and build a Green Door home.
The race’s impact on the homeless of Mozambique prompted the group to host the race the following year! Nobody thought we’d continue hosting the Green Door Race for years to come and be building homes around the world, but here we are!
It would not be possible without the support from friends of CRI and the running community around the DFW metroplex.
We are thankful that you have joined us. Have confidence that your participation helps those in deep poverty.
See you at the race!
Jason & Lindy Pieratt