Start the day with a leisurely hike with Mike Peters, cancer care campaigner and front man of the internationally acclaimed band, The Alarm. Finish your day with an uplifting evening of music.
The 3 mile hike at the Lakeway City Park, a 25 min. drive from Downtown Austin, will benefit the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM). Bring your guitars! This walk is suitable for music lovers, families affected by cancer and those who want to just enjoy the great outdoors in good company. Suitable for all ages and abilities, the hike gives you the opportunity to walk and talk, remember and celebrate.
Beauchamp Family Foundation is generously matching the first $10,000!
The beneficiary of the of this event for Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM), who directly support the health and wellness of over 6,700 working Austin musicians.
Time: Walk Starts at 9:30 with check in at 8:30 am
Location: Lakeway City Park 502 Hurst Creek Rd, Lakeway, TX 78734 a 25 min. drive from Downtown Austin.
$95 registration fee includes commemorative t-shirt and light lunch at end of the approx. 3 walk.
Free Registration for those under 16 years old (t-shirt is extra)
Walker have access to a discounted room rate with La Quinta Inn Lakeway (1943 Medical Dr, Lakeway TX 78734).
Call 512 263 1300 option "0" booking code "Love, Hope, Strength" or online at wyndhamhotels.com cod 101223LOV
Registration closes October 7th, 2023
Walkers and all participants are encouraged to ask friends and family to help support them raising funds for their walk.
Those raising over $1,500 by October 7th will receive a commemorative guitar signed by Mike Peters
Our goal is to raise $20,000 for HAAM.
The walk is 3 one-mile loops around Lakeway City Park. There is no obligation to walk all three miles and no one will judge if you sit out part of the walk, we are all family and are here to support you.
A post walk celebration with performance by Mike Peters will be held the evening of the 14th, details on ticketing will be announced soon.
Love Hope Strength was founded in 2007 on the belief that all people
deserve quality cancer care, a marrow donor if needed, and most
importantly, hope. LHS’s Get On the List Campaign has added to the
national Bone Morrow registries in the US and UK. Proceeds from LHS fund raising hikes and events have resulted in direct donations to cancer clinics in areas of need including Tanzania and Nepal. Dedicated to saving lives one concert at a time, over $1million has been raised to help fund equipment, training and additional support to transform the lives of some of the most vulnerable families affected by cancer across the globe.
Health Alliance for Austin Musicians HAAM provides access to affordable healthcare for greater Austin’s low-income, working musicians, with a focus on prevention and wellness. Many Austin musicians are self-employed and have no access to health insurance or basic healthcare. Since 2005 HAAM has helped over 6,700 musicians to date.