The National Brain Tumor Society, proudly presents the 2019 Denver Brain Tumor Walk as an opportunity for individuals and teams to honor and remember loved ones, connect with others interested in the brain tumor community and raise awareness about a cause that affects more than 700,000 Americans annually.
Thank you to everyone who donated, walked and volunteered, making this year’s walk such a HUGE success! Save the date for June 6, 2020 for next year’s Denver Brain Tumor Walk.
*ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED*
Tiered registration fees (17 & younger are FREE)
- $25 Until May 3rd
- $30 May 4th – May 30th (Please note that online registration will close at noon on May 30th)
- $40 Day of Event
NEW this Year!
Remembrance Ceremony – Will take place at 8:10 AM, East of the stage and playground. This is an elective ceremony for people to join if they want to honor a loved one who has passed away. We will take a few minutes to read a poem and listen to a song and reflect on their memory.
Sharing Hope Visionary Award – We will be recognizing a special team for the first ever “Sharing Hope Visionary Award.” Criteria to achieve this honor is comprised of several components, but not limited to amount fundraised, number of team members, sharing of their story on team page and social media, years participated and so many others. This is an honor bestowed upon teams that go above and beyond in more than just fundraising and spread awareness for the NBTS mission.
All funds raised through our events allow the National Brain Tumor Society to advance research and public policy to improve the availability of new and better treatments, and fuel the discovery of a cure for brain tumors.
Just A Few Noteworthy Accomplishments from 2018…
Distributed $1 million in funding to support our Defeat GBM researchers and glioblastoma research collaborative initiatives. For the year 2018, we’ve directly funded more than $3 million to support our brain tumor research efforts.
Successfully advocated for approximately $15 million in new government funding for brain tumor research at the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute as well as the United States Department of Defense, including brand-new single-cell sequencing funding that was made by the National Cancer Institute.
Ramped up the National Brain Tumor Society Defeat Pediatric Brain Tumors Research Collaborative, established milestones and goals, and funded this program at $500,000 for the first year.
Questions, comments or need help registering?
Tasha Duncan | Director of Regional Development, Southwest Region
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