I am proud to be associated with the Parent to Parent program; it's good work and resources have made a profound and positive difference in the lives of many families - Dr. Charles R. Duke
Spooky Duke Race
For the past six years, Parent to Parent FSN-High County has held a fundraising and awareness raising event with running as the theme. Dr. Charles R. Duke, former Dean of the Reich College of Education, became our sponsor. To honor him and to celebrate our Halloween theme the name “Spooky Duke” was born. The “Spooky Duke” is now a certified 5K and 10K race with a free Costume March and Contest where children, adults and pets can all show off their unique costumes and share in the fun.
All proceeds to this race enables Parent to Parent FSN-HC to continue to support local families who have children with special needs.
Raised in 2018: $21, 374
Dance Marathon, now in its 15th year, is coordinated by Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT) and is a fun and unforgettable 15-hour event that is packed with fun activities, loads of food, great entertainment, and, of course, dancing!
The event benefits Parent to Parent Family Support NetworkTM-High Country(FSN-HC), housed in Appalachian’s Reich College of Education (RCOE), and community non-profit, Western Youth Network (WYN). Both agencies provide essential services to children and their families in Watauga County and the High Country of Western North Carolina.
Raised in 2018: $55,876.66