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11th Annual Race Against Child Abuse – Saturday, April 13, 2019

Taking steps and making strides in the fight against child abuse!

We are gearing up for our annual Race Against Child Abuse. This is an all ages, all levels event! There are activities for the whole family to do together, walking buddies, 1st time runners and seasoned racers!

Please consider supporting the Amani Center’s mission by strapping on your tennis shoes and taking steps to make strides in ending child abuse. Race distances include: a not-for-the-faint-of-heart Half Marathon Course; a challenging 10K course; a fairly flat 5K course; and a family friendly 1-Mile Fun Walk course.

All races begin at Columbia View Park near the beautiful Columbia River in Old Town St. Helens, Oregon.

For early registration discounts use the code: EARLYBIRD19 and receive 20% off every registration & race distance.

For more information, email Beth Pulito, Fundraising & Outreach Coordinator at

Click Here For Race Registration

Child Abuse Prevention Month – April 2019

Every April the Amani Center strives to share with our community the impact we make on children suspected of experiencing abuse or neglect. We have a kick off event, encourage people to participate in our “Blue-Teal-ful” promotion to raise awareness through colored hair extensions and manicures, visit local organizations (i.e. Rotary, Kiwanis, Chambers of Commerce) to share our mission and how child abuse impacts all of Columbia County, and offer outreach opportunities to local schools, churches and clubs.

Please watch for scheduled events coming up this April. If you would like us to visit your organization, please reach out to Beth Pulito, Fundraising & Outreach Coordinator at or call 503-366-4005.