National Brain Tumor Society’s top priority is the health of the brain tumor community. We’ve been closely monitoring the evolving guidance and recommendations of public health officials related to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (also known as COVID-19), and now that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s has updated its guidelines on community events to advise against mass gatherings of more than 50 people for at least eight weeks, we will be transitioning the 26th Annual Boston Brain Tumor Ride to a virtual event.
While we’re disappointed we won’t be able to see everyone in person, NBTS remains committed to rallying the New England brain tumor community in an inspiring day of honor, remembrance, hope, and unity for all those who’ve been impacted by this disease and hope you’ll join us online. In the coming days, we’ll be sharing more information about the virtual event and how you can join.
We greatly appreciate our community’s understanding and flexibility during this public health crisis. Your support and commitment to helping us achieve our mission and vision are critical to everything we do at NBTS. We would not be able to move forward with our efforts to fight brain tumors without your continued inspiration, dedication, and generosity. We ask and hope that you will remain engaged with NBTS throughout this period.
Registration fees include a personal fundraising page and an NBTS event t-shirt.
Adult Virtual Rider Registration $50 (NO fundraising minimum)
Youth Virtual Participant Registration $25 (NO fundraising minimum)
More information to follow regarding how you can expect your event shirt and earned fundraising prizes as event logistics develop.
No matter what, we will continue to deliver our very best to our community. You are the heart and soul of NBTS. The bottom line is, while we may have to make some adjustments to our plans, we can not, and will not, let the coronavirus stop us from pursuing our vision of conquering and curing brain tumors — once and for all.
Questions or In need of Assistance Registering?
Contact your NBTS Staff:
Rachel Schultz, Director of Regional Development, New England Region 617-393-2832 or firstname.lastname@example.org