Welcome to the Inaugural Northern NJ Brain Tumor Walk and Gray Mud Run! We thank you for supporting the National Brain Tumor Society’s efforts to find a cure for brain tumors and improve the quality of life and treatment options for those living with a Brain Tumor. This is the first event established in Northern New Jersey to serve the brain tumor community and we are so excited to be here!
This event was inspired by the life and story of Lindsay Gray, who succumb to her brain tumor diagnosis, like too many before and after her. She was a beloved friend and daughter and fearless NJ State Trooper. We look forward to partnering with the NJ State Troopers to truly make a remarkable impact in the fight against brain tumors.
TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT CENTRAL NJ DID JUST THIS PAST MAY… WE CAN DO THE SAME IN NORTHERN NJ!
The Mud Run component is a family-friendly fun run and muddy obstacle course.
The Walk itself is for anyone who would like to be involved but not the roll around in the mud kind of involved 🙂
BOTH the Mud Run and the Walk route are 2 miles… The routes are different and will happen one after the other (please see event details for timing).
- The Mud Run Route is on rugged terrain and will be timed.
- The walk route is on flat paved ground.
*Packet Pick Up for the Mud Run is from 1pm – 4pm on Friday Sept 21st and at 8am on Saturday Sept. 22nd (race day).
WALK REGISTRATION FEE:
All walkers will recieve an event t-shirt
Adult Registration is $25
Child (12 yrs old and under) Registration is Free
MUD RUN REGISTRATION FEE:
All runners will recieve a t-shirt, and bib.
Adult Registration is $55
Child (12 yrs old and under) Registration is $35
MUD RUN – AFTER LABOR DAY (Monday, September 3rd, 2018) REGISTRATION FEE:
Adult Registration is $75
Child (12 yrs old and under) Registration is $55
**All Participants are asked to commit to a $100 fundraising minimum… So we can kick this event off right!
Need a hand raising $100? Let me help!!
We are stronger together…
All funds raised through our events allow the National Brain Tumor Society to advance research and public policy initiatives to improve the availability of new and better treatments, and fuel the discovery of a cure for brain tumors.
Questions, comments or need assistance registering? Call or email:
Suzanne Isbell | Associate Regional Director of Development, Mid-Atlantic
firstname.lastname@example.org | 848 218 2493