The National Brain Tumor Society, proudly presents the 2019 Ft. Worth 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.
Online registration is now closed in preparation for Saturday’s event. However, don’t worry you will be able to register on site beginning at 8:30 AM on Saturday. Looking forward to seeing you then!
NEW in 2019: Tiered registration fees (17 & younger are FREE)
- $25 Until October 11th
- $30 Oct. 11th – Oct. 31st
- $40 Day of Event
***IMPORTANT PARKING & EVENT SITE CHANGE***
Due to construction work being done by the park, there will not be access to the roundabout used as a handicap drop off in the past. Riverside Drive will be closed after Cedar and Cottonwood Drives, making parking even more limited.
Please utilize the Farrington Field East Lot for parking. Complimentary shuttle buses will be making continuous trips to the walk site. Additionally, the event site has been moved just a few yards closer to Cedar Drive to accommodate those being dropped off. Please arrive early to allow yourself plenty of time to navigate the shuttles and new site location. Thank you in advance.
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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