Events help Emmaus raise funds to continue supporting people with developmental disabilities.
Are you interested in becoming a sponsor? We’re confident you’ll find an event for you or your group to attend and ultimately have fun while making a positive impact on others.
Save the Date
Based off of the Amazing Race, contestants compete as a team and drive around the given area to find clues and items to help them reach the finish line!
Saturday, June 24th
Entry to one vehicle. You can have as large a team can fit inside! Choose your partners wisely!
Arrive as VIP to get Entry for 1 vehicle, free finish line beverages and snacks, VIP Swag bags, 2 free hints and more!
Make your business a secret stop along the way, pass out prizes to racers, or join us at the post-race finish line.
As volunteers, you will be stationed outdoors at various locations throughout St. Charles, MO OR be a Clue Master. Your choice!
About The Emmaus-ing Race
The most exhilarating social distance fundraising event of the year! Teams “race” in a scavenger hunt to be crowned champion! What adventures and roadblocks will you encounter?
Location & Time
Saturday, June 24th
1:30 PM – Check in
2:00 PM – Race Starts
5:00 PM – Get Back
Our starting location, and finish line, this year is at the Emmaus Homes Offices (3731 Mueller Road, St. Charles, MO 63301)
Special Events Coordinator
Thank You to Our 2023 Sponsors
If you are interested in supporting Emmaus by donating a product(s) for prizes or giveaways, please contact Special Events Coordinator, Mackenzie Barber.
Questions? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with Mackenzie or call 314-585-8682.
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