Bring on the neon! Bring on the glow! Moonlight madness here we go! Join us for the Cure4Cam Moonlight 5K Run/2K Walk of the summer!
Event benefits the Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation.
REGISTRATION DATES: $20.00 Until July 31st $25.00 Until August 17th $30.00 Race Day $15.00 Student Price $15.00 Family & Corporate (4+ Registrations) *Per Entry
START TIME & PACKET PICK UP: 6:30 PM Race Day Registration / Pick-Up 7:45 PM 5k Road Race 7:45 PM 2.5k Walk 8:45 PM Awards Ceremony
RACE START: Rustin High School 1100 S Shiloh Rd, West Chester, PA 19382
INCLUDED WITH RACE ENTRY: Short Sleeve Technical Race Shirt (Guaranteed to all who register by July 4th) Glow Stick for Running at Dusk
AWARDS: Male and Female Award Categories Top 3 Overall; 10 Year Age Groups
TIMING AND RESULTS: Results will be posted live at www.runccrs.com The disposable MyLaps Bibtag system will be used to ensure quick, accurate results for all our finishers.
CURE4CAM MISSON: The Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation seeks to raise community awareness concerning, and supports the development of, new and more humane therapies for childhood cancer.
Today, standard therapies for children with cancer involve highly toxic and damaging treatments that cause painful and embarrassing side-effects, force separation from families and friends, have devastating short and long-term psychological impact, and produce permanent health issues. These unfavorable effects are not well known in the general population and, ultimately, many of these children do not survive. We believe in a future in which cancer treatment for children will be gentler and more effective.
New and highly inspirational therapies, which specifically target each patient’s individual cancer cells, are within reach but seriously underfunded. By bringing breakthroughs in childhood cancer research to the forefront, we can raise public concern and, subsequently, funds needed to support research grants and new clinical studies. We need your help. As Cameron said, “The best kind of inspiration is the kind that makes you want to save a life.”