Annual Hike for the Homeless continues Summit mission

By Andrew Marini ’13

St. Joseph the Worker’s annual Hike for the Homeless returns Saturday, March 3, at the McDowell Mountain Regional Park.

Brophy’s goal is to have the largest group at the park and when registering register under “Brophy High School” so that Brophy can keep count of all their participants.

St. Joseph the Worker is a charitable organization whose goal is to help the impoverished people of Phoenix become employed and become self-sufficient.

Prices are $25 for adults and $15 for students, also there are three types of distances one can participate in, and they include: running zero miles and just donating money, 1.5 miles or 4.5 miles.

Office of Faith and Justice faculty will be there early with snacks, coffee and water.