6th Annual Diaper Dash
A fun 5K and 10K walk/run for all ages.
Saturday, March 7, 2020
9:00am Start Time
8:00am open for registration and check-in
Start and End at HermNaz Church
1520 W Orchard Ave, Hermiston
(located between Last Chance Tavern and Riverfront Park)
REGISTER: click the photo link at the top of this page.
a package or box of diapers
Any size, any brand, any quantity.
Most frequently requested sizes from those in need: 4, 5, 6, and some pull ups (though any child diaper size is greatly appreciated!!)
These diapers are given throughout the year to those in need in our community.
Diaper Goal 2020: 15,000 Diapers
Thanks for making a difference! We are so excited to help with a practical, needed item for parents and agencies in need in our community...as a community.
See you on March 7th!
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REGISTER: click the photo link above
Due to the flooding at Riverfront Park, we have a new route this year!
We start at Hermiston Nazarene Church (1520 W Orchard Ave).
Who recieves these donated diapers?
The diapers you bring for your Diaper Dash Entry Fee are--throughout the year--given in our community to those in need. Families, single parents, teen moms, service agencies, and organizations thank YOU for participating and for donating diapers.
Can't come but want still to help?
Diapers can be delievered to the church during Office Hours (Mon-Thurs 9am-2pm)
you can even purchase online & have them shipped to the Hermiston Nazarene Church! 1520 W Orchard Ave
A huge thank you to those already planning on ordering online & shipping diapers right to HermNaz Church!
A Look at the Impact
“Being a teenage mother is a very rigorous task. It takes strength, faith, intelligence, patience, and support. Having community support such is huge as they have felt judged, rejected, and/or feeling as though nobody cares…An outsider may see assistance with diapers as trivial, but to these girls it has been an enormous support. They have all been extremely grateful and some have sighed with relief. They all recognized that someone cared.”
-- Mrs. Cuevas, School Counselor, Hermiston High School, 2018
Click here for 2019 pictures: