National Brain Tumor Society WALKS, RIDES, and RACES

Join us virtually this spring

Spring walks, rides, and races may look different in 2021, but we will still gather to honor our loved ones and advance life-saving brain tumor research. On Sunday, May 2, when we would historically host our annual Race for Hope DC, we will host our first-ever National Brain Tumor Walk and Race for Hope DC, where we invite the entire brain tumor community to come together on one day to work toward a common goal. Following our walk, on Sunday, May 16, we will host our first-ever National Brain Tumor Ride. There will be space for participants of all of our local spring events to celebrate in their own unique way as part of these national events.

For those of you who historically participate in a fall walk, race, or freeze, we want to reassure you that your event is front of mind and we will reach out with more information about the plans for all fall events no later than early April.

There is still much uncertainty about what the future holds, but the National Brain Tumor Society remains committed to the health and safety of our community and to working toward our mission of conquering and curing brain tumors — once and for all.

Register for spring virtual events today:

For more information or help registering, contact our team at

Today, nearly 700,000 Americans are living with a brain tumor. And, many more will be diagnosed each year. Brain tumors are deadly, and can strike men, women, and children at any time. Unite with us in the fight against brain tumors, and take part in one of our many events nationwide – search for an event near you to register today!

All funds raised allow the National Brain Tumor Society to advance strategic research and public policy to improve the availability of new and better treatments, and fuel the discovery of a cure. Learn more about the National Brain Tumor Society.

Your participation and support is sincerely appreciated by all those affected by brain tumors, and vital to our mission for a cure.

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