Race For Hope Philadelphia

Saturday, October 10, 2020, The Navy Yard (Marine Parade Grounds) Philadelphia, PA

WELCOME to the 15th Annual Race For Hope – Philadelphia!

Together we will conquer and cure Brain Tumors – once and for all!

We are honored and delighted to be celebrating the 15th Annual Race For Hope Philadelphia on October 10, 2020.    Over the past 14 years the Race For Hope Philadelphia has raised over $10.5 Million towards brain tumor research and advocacy, with 2019 hitting extraordinary heights raising nearly $1.1million for the critical needs of this community.  This event offers individuals and teams a chance to honor and remember loved ones and connect with others in the brain tumor community.

Thank you for your past and current support!

EVENT DETAILS:

Who:  All are welcome.  This is a family friendly event.  Those wishing to challenge themselves should register for the certified (USATF) 5K, while others are welcome to join us on a ~2.5mi walk.  Pets are permitted as long as they are comfortable and well behaved in large crowds and around loud music.

What:  A 5K Run and Walk that raises and funds for the critical needs of the brain tumor community.

When:  Saturday October 10, 2020 – Onsite Registration/ Check In Opens at 7:30am and morning announcements and activities begin at 8am.

Where:  The Marine Parade Grounds at the Navy Yard – 4747 S. Broad St. Philadelphia PA

Why:  Because a cure cannot wait…  Because Brain Tumors are the leading cause of cancer related deaths in pediatric cancer patients 19 and under…  Because despite the number of brain tumors, and their devastating prognosis, there have only been four (4) FDA approved drugs – and one device – to treat brain tumors in the past 30 years.

…..help make 2020 the start to a decade of change.  Join us today!

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If you have questions or need assistance registering, contact your NBTS Staff:

Ashley Brennan, Sr. Director of Regional Development, East – abrennan@braintumor.org / 856.278.3171

Theresa Milanese, Associate Director of Regional Development, East – tmilanese@braintumor.org / 484.947.1964