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Back on my Feet is Combating Local Homelessness

Bigfoot Trail Race 10/28

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Can homelessness be combated with the power of running? Back on my Feet thinks so. Their goal is to build an individual’s self-esteem through running, financial aid, financial literacy program, job skills training class and one on one work to break through barriers of homelessness. Greater Texas Credit Union is dedicated to strengthening the community and is a big supporter of BomF. Help raise money for BomF at the Bigfoot Trail Race at Spring Lake Reserve in San Marcos, October 28th!


Lindsey Rose, Development and Marketing Manager for Back on my Feet, and Brandy Conway, VP of Marketing from the Greater Texas Credit Union, stopped by Local Insights to tell you about all the great things the organization is doing to combat homelessness and invite you to register for the Bigfoot Trail Race. Be a part of the run and enjoy family fun, live music, and more, all to help give back to BomF! Help create a 'way out' for someone combatting homelessness. Spread the word!

Watch this video and see the impact of Back on my Feet has on people!

Get registered for the Bigfoot Trail Race TODAY and help benefit Back on my Feet!

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