Josiah, diagnosed with Septo-optic dysplasia, loved meeting the characters at Disney World!
Taking Steps to Make Dreams Come True
Participants of the 22nd Annual RunWalkBark4Dreams will raise funds to make Zachary’s dream come true! Zachary, 9, with Down syndrome, dreams of visiting Disney World and meeting Mickey Mouse!
This 5K fun run and 2-mile walk will be held in person in Richboro, PA, and virtually across the country.
In-Person Event Details
Richboro, PA – Sat., May 18, 2024
Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Road, Richboro, PA 18954
Set in the beautiful Tyler State Park, join our 5K run or 2-mile walk starting at the Tyler Arts Center. Family-Friendly Event for the Entire Family – Including Dogs! Para athletes are encouraged!
Rain or Shine
8:00 am – Registration
8:45 am – Ceremony begins
9 a.m. 5K begins
9:05 am 2-mile walk begins
The start line is by the #1 Lane Trail at the Tyler Art Center. Run proceeds through the park along rolling hills and picturesque surroundings. The 5K run and 2-mile walk are a mix of hilly and flat terrain. Families, strollers, wheelchairs, and dog walkers, of all ages, are encouraged to be a part of the walk. The walk is NOT timed, however, there will be a digital clock at the finish.
The Tyler State Park, #1 Lane Trail, is located at the Tyler Art Center along Newtown-Richboro Road, next to the Northampton Civic Center.
For GPS use: 10 Stable Mill Road, Richboro, PA 18954. Tyler State Park will bring you to the incorrect park location.
Ample parking is available in the fields and lots near the start line. ADA accessible parking is located next to the starting line.
Virtual Event Details
Sat., May 4 – Fri., May 17, 2023
Gather your friends and family and walk in your favorite location!
Dreams Answered through RunWalkBark4Dreams
Your support makes a world of difference! See the impact of a dream come true through children recently sponsored by the RunWalkBark4Dreams!
Jazmine, with a congenital brain malformation, loved swimming with dolphins at Discovery Cove!
Caleb, with Chiari malformation and tethered cord syndrome, gets to meet his “FAV,” Mickey Mouse!
Amaya, diagnosed with Septo-optic dysplasia, loved the rides at Disney World and Universal!
Zachary, with level 3 severe autism, was calmed by watching the fish at the Atlanta Aquarium!
Jonah’s dream of enjoying Morgan’s Wonderland, a fully accessible theme park, has come true!
Symari, who suffers from Norrie Syndrome, epilepsy, and blindness, received funding towards a new accessible van from the Sunshine Foundation.
Rebekah, who has lumbar spina bifida, and her three siblings enjoyed their first family vacation.
Ariel, age 7, with cerebral palsy was given a trip of a lifetime! Ariel’s Dream Come True was to go to the Florida theme parks.