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The Run to Fight Children’s Cancer is an annual race held by Grand Canyon University Foundation to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer. Attracting over 3,000 people each year, the event features 10K/5K races, a special Cancer Survivors’ Walk and family entertainment including arts and crafts, music, jump castles, clowns, and more!
Registration includes official race shirt, commemorative medal for all participants and goodie bag. All registration fees are donated directly to the Children’s Cancer Network and Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Each registration helps us in the fight against childhood cancer. The race has raised nearly $450,000 since its beginning in 2011! Run to Fight Children’s Cancer in a 10K run, 5K run/walk or Survivors’ Walk on March 11, 2017 at Grand Canyon University. The 10K start time is 7:00am, the 5K start time is 7:45am and the Cancer Survivors’ Walk starts at 9:00am.
Miles That Matter connects athletes (and health minded people!) to athletic events that support Phoenix Children’s Hospital. So run the good race(s) for Phoenix Children’s Hospital patients. We’ll help connect you to fun runs, 5ks, marathons, bike races and triathlons that help the kiddos at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Add meaning behind your personal record by going the extra mile and starting a fundraiser for your race!
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