(Sioux Falls, SD) — The 437 Project has its route and dates for the second year running across the state. A dozen runners looking to complete the four-hundred-37-mile trek. The run is a fundraiser for the Helpline Center, raising money and awareness for the efforts of the organization. It’s also aimed at promoting awareness for mental health help and suicide prevention across South Dakota. Sioux Falls mayor Paul TenHaken is one of the runners for the 437 Project. The run will start at the Wyoming border in western South Dakota, and make its way east.