Run the Mountain to Give Kids a Future

Join us on September 23 and register for a picturesque morning run through the tall trees of Squak Mountain State Park and help local foster kids get the supplies and resources they need to succeed as they head back to school.

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Get Involved

At NuHope Street, we believe the business and social community can do good for others locally and abroad without disrupting our daily schedules or stretching our financial comfort levels. Join one of our events and take part in a fun, rewarding experience while making a positive change in the world.


Make an Impact

NuHope Street was formed to bring business leaders around the Pacific Northwest and beyond into a partnership that supports non-profit organizations through fundraising or awareness events. Our primary mission is to help kids and youth, locally and abroad, get the resources they need to survive and thrive – whether that means fundraising for their basic needs to be met (food, shelter, clothing, etc.), for educational resources, or for medical and therapy treatments.

We Need


NuHope Street depends on the generosity of businesses and community members to help us make a positive impact. Learn how you can proudly show off your support for a great cause while gaining respect and recognition for getting involved. We have several tiers of sponsor packages available, and we are grateful for every donation.

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Upcoming Events

  • Spoked to Ride was an awesome event and for a great cause. I had family from out of town fly in to make it an event for all of us to do together. They had a blast with the ride, music and food. We are looking forward to do it again next year!

    Erik Nordstrom

    Iron Ridge Investment

  • Beautiful weather and a fun ride.  Can’t ask for a better place to end up after the ride.  Great food, cold drinks and a live band!  Sign me up for 2017!

    Neil O'Brien

    Owner, Puget Sound Beverage Service

How We Make Our Impact

Run the Mountain to Level the Playing Field for Washington State Foster Kids

Each morning, nearly 9,000 children in foster care in Washington State wake up to unfamiliar surroundings. In foster care, they are safe from physical harm and dangerous neglect, but they are far from out of the woods socially, emotionally, and academically. Trauma and loss, changes in homes and schools, and emotional upheaval cause them to

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Building the Blocks of Education in Masaka, Uganda

In Uganda, only 52 percent of children complete primary school. If they make it to high school, only 17 percent of those children graduate. The prospects beyond high school of a vocation or higher education are even smaller. In 2005, two women parishioners from a congregation in Renton, Washington came together to raise funds to

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Be part of something special

Join or sponsor our event and be part of something that will make a direct positive impact on children and families locally and internationally.

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