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Fallen Heroes Race Series

The Fallen Heroes Race Series was born when families and friends of brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for those they serve dared to heal out loud. They created amazing races to honor their loved ones and to continue serving their community in their names. The Kansas City Warrior Coalition is honored to support these races during the inaugural 2022 Fallen Heroes Race Series to connect them with the Kansas City running and Warrior communities, increase fundraising through new opportunities, and connect them to organizations that serve our Kansas City Warriors.

You can join the Inaugural 2022 Fallen Heroes Race Series and earn a challenge coin by participating in 2 or more races!

  • Spencer C. Duncan Make It Count 5K

  • The Cowboy Up Triathlon

  • The Patriot Run

  • RoKC 5K

There are 4 easy ways you can Honor our Fallen Heroes and support KC Veterans and First Responders



Whether you are a competition-level runner or pushing a stroller at a casual stroll, these races are made for you. Please show your support for our Warriors and honor those who sacrificed all. If you run in two or more races in the series, you will receive a challenge coin after the last race in October.

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Fallen Heroes Wall of Honor Campaign

If you have a business and would like to help raise money and promote the races in the series, we have developed a passive campaign that will run through the summer and help raise funds to serve our Warriors!



A common belief that Warriors don't seek help is that they think no one understands, cares, or believes they are worth it. Show them how much Kansas City cares by volunteering to support these great races and show them just how big their community of support is!



Your donation to the KC Warrior Coalition Fallen Heroes Journey Race Series goes to support amazing KC non-profits that together build a continuum of care.


The coalition gives our Warriors the time, resources, and community they need to overcome their mental health struggles. 

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