Feeding People, Bringing Hope


 4-MILE RUN FOR HOPE (& Soup!)


Greenlawn, NY—St. Hugh’s Project HOPE has teamed with Polimeni International to organize the eighth annual Little Cow Harbor Run for HOPE, a 4-mile run through the lovely hamlet of Greenlawn. The 4-mile run will begin at Oldfield Middle School on 2 Oldfield Road at 9:00 AM on Saturday, March 4, 2017. Walkers are also welcome.


In addition, a Kids’ Fun Run, for kids 10 and under, will take place at 8:30 AM on the grounds of Oldfield Middle School. Registration for the main run is $25 and $10 for the kids’ run.


Little Cow Harbor Run for HOPE typically attracts over 600 participants and volunteers from all over Long Island. A FREE pasta dinner will be provided for all pre-registered runners on Friday evening, March 3, 2017.


Free homemade soup will be served at the finish of the 4-mile run, awards will be issued to all the top finishers, and all registered runners will be eligible for numerous raffle prizes, including a pack of six suite tickets to a Mets game in April. 


St. Hugh’s Project HOPE was founded in 2004 by the youth of St. Hugh’s parish in response to the needs of the hungry, homeless, and unemployed in the Huntington area. This ministry involves hundreds of volunteers from local schools, youth groups, businesses, and other faith communities, who have come together to help operate a mobile soup kitchen, serve bi-weekly meals, and deliver food to local homeless shelters. 


100% of the proceeds from the Little Cow Harbor Run for HOPE event will go directly to Project HOPE to help feed the hungry and homeless in and around the Huntington area.


Run participants can register at or, or they can register on the day of the event from 7:00 to 8:15 AM at Oldfield Middle School Gymnasium. Registration forms can also be printed from


Participants are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to donate to the St. Hugh’s food pantry.


For more information about our organization or the Little Cow Harbor 4-Mile Run for HOPE, visit or contact

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