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Making homes accessible

Sunday, August 26th at Oakledge Park. Race starts at 11am.

Special thanks and congratulations to Jim Charbonneau, this year's top fundraiser and winner of the iPad mini.
Congratulations to the first-place winners:
Women: Elzy Wick, Burlington Men: Geoffrey Kazlow, Moretown



Registration for Zoe's Race 2014 will open in June


This will take you to the First Giving website where you can register and set up your personal fundraising page.


Would you like to make a donation to the HowardCenter and/or Zoe's Race directly?

Click on the Give Now button below and you will be directed to the HowardCenter's Giving page and you can make a donation today. Please enter "Zoe's Race" in the Designate Donation field.

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The fifth annual Zoe's Race raised nearly $20,000 with donations still coming in. Thank you to all of the sponsors and runners who participated. In five years we have raised nearly $100,000 and completed 9 home renovations with two more scheduled for this fall. Thank you for making
a difference.

2013 Race Results
2012 Race Results


For more information about the HowardCenter.

The first annual HowardCenter’s Zoe’s Race was held on August 30, 2009. The idea for the race came about when Erika Nestor, mother of then-6-year-old Zoe, began to renovate her home to accommodate her daughter, who was left severely disabled in a near-drowning when she was18 months old. As Zoe grew, she became dependent on a wheelchair, which was difficult to maneuver in a home with stairs and standard-sized doorways.