As the partner for Raiders 5K March, Las Vegas Raiders announce Hope Means Nevada
The Las Vegas Raiders announce Hope Means Nevada (HMN) as the beneficiary of the forthcoming Raiders 5K March held at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, March 4. In cooperation with Intermountain Health, the event will generate money for HMN, a statewide nonprofit organization that promotes mental health awareness to prevent teen suicide in Nevada.
“Hope Means Nevada is a quintessential partner not only for our upcoming Raiders 5K, but throughout the entire year,” said Las Vegas Raiders President Sandra Douglass Morgan as Raiders announce Hope Means Nevada. “We have a responsibility to support our community, especially our youth; and joining forces with Hope Means Nevada helps us drive the message of awareness and the importance of mental health.”
The goal of Hope Means Nevada is to end teen suicide and give Nevada’s youth the tools they need to live a healthy and hopeful life. HMN fosters a culture of empathy and support for mental health as one of the most dependable and well-known mental health resources in the state. The group works to spread hope and link young people with resources as they envision a Nevada free from suicide.
Presented by Intermountain Health, the Raiders 5K March will be held both online and in person. Allegiant Stadium will serve as both the beginning and end of the race for the participants. A map of the Raiders 5K course is provided here.
A series of age-group races will be featured in the Raiders 5K March for mental health awareness, with runners self-seeding. The chip-timed race will begin in waves, with age divisions for men and women starting in order of 18 and under, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, and 70 and over. Tickets for the race are available now. For more information, visit raiders.com/5k. Raiders announce Hope Means Nevada.