On behalf of the Diane Miller Gift of Hope Fund, we invite you to our Summer Bash event featuring the 4th annual Farm Fresh 5K. This is a rugged, all-terrain course which takes place on Miller Plant Farm- our working Century Farm. The course consists of paved and stone surfaces, grassy farm and wooded trails, and more. You will experience beautiful views of the Leader Heights region of Southern York County. Overall winners, both male and female, and top age group winners will receive a prize. All 5K participants receive a Miller Plant Farm produce sampler.
Hey kids! You’re invited to our 1st Annual Farm Fresh Kids Fun Run! This half-mile course starts and finishes the same way the Farm Fresh 5K does, but is only for kiddos aged 9 and under. The route is semi-rugged and consists of paved and stone surfaces, grasy farm trails, and more. Kids will have an opportunity to run by our fields and greenhouses! All children will receive a souvenir for registering, and another gift when they cross the finish line. Overall male & female will receive a prize.
In early 2019 the Diane Miller Gift of Hope Fund (GOHF) was established. This fund was created in honor of the Plant Farm’s own Diane Miller, who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer June 16, 2018. During Diane’s 40 month battle she met many cancer patients that had to make difficult decisions between treatments or paying the bills. Her heart went out to them and she wanted to help. She learned of the WellSpan York Cancer Patient Help Fund that benefits patients with financial hardships. 100% of the dollars donated to this fund go directly to the patients. She began supporting this charity. Diane’s family and friends could think of no better way to honor her than to continue to support those fighting cancer.
The Diane Miller GOHF is a 501©(3) organization created to allow all contributions to be tax deductible. This fund is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting cancer patients and their families during hardships created by a cancer diagnosis. Cancer does not discriminate and practically every family has been affected in some way by this disease. As a community it is important that we make an effort to support each other. In the 3 year history of this event, we have raised nearly $40,000 for the WellSpan York Cancer Patient Help Fund!
100% of proceeds will benefit WellSpan York Cancer Patient Help Fund.
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Information about the event is available in : English