Red Dress

SabrinasReach4Life was chosen in the NT as the local charity that the NT Red Dress Run Harriers wanted to fundraise for. SR4L sincerely thanks the NT Harriers for their support. Not sure how much was raised yet but will keep you posted. The amazing amount raised was $20,471.02.

Lidia (SR4L) & Jason from Hash Harriers did an interview with Katie Woolf 360 about the event, you can listen here

Red Dress Run




Lidia's  video interview link to Red Dress Run at the Ski Club

A Little History on the Red Dress Run …..

An event held annually by some chapters is the "Red Dress Run". In 1987, Donna Rhinehart was taken to a hash in Long Beach, California, to be introduced to the sport. She was invited to "wait in the truck" until her host returned. Instead Rhinehart joined the hash in her red dress. The following year, the San Diego Hash House Harriers sent Rhinehart an airline ticket to attend the inaugural "Red Dress Run". Hundreds of hashers wore red dresses for the event which was widely covered by local media. In addressing the crowd, Rhinehart, or "The Lady in Red" as she became known, suggested that such hashes might be held to raise funds for local charities. The event quickly spread around the globe to places such as Beijing, Montreal, Helsinki, Osan/Yangsan Hashers, Moscow, Tokyo, New Orleans, Washington DC and Hobart in Australia. Over the years, it has raised millions of dollars for charity. The New Orleans Hash House Harriers attracted 7,000 participants to their Red Dress Run in 2010, raising more than $200,000 for 50 local charities.

Today the Red Dress Run is another part of the Hash House Harriers' heritage. Rhinehart died in 2013 as the Hash House Harriers were celebrating the 25th anniversary of their Red Dress Run.