Whether your resolution is to get fit, meet new people or travel, our nationwide fundraising events will help you achieve your goals while also helping to end childhood cancer.
This year, join us at an event near you, or turn your travel plans into a lifesaving adventure at one of our destination events. Funds raised via our signature events support critical, lifesaving children’s cancer research. Make a difference in 2020 at a CureSearch event:
- The ultimate adventure in 2020: Join a CureSearch Ultimate Hike team. Ultimate Hike is a life-changing, lifesaving adventure that includes a weekend program featuring one high-mileage hike in one day… all for children’s cancer research. In the last 10 years, hikers have raised over $6.5 million to tell children’s cancer to “take a hike”. Find a training team and Ultimate hike near you, or train anywhere with online coach support and travel for a destination hike! Learn more.
- Commit to be fit and race in honor of children fighting cancer. Runners and walkers of all fitness levels can participate in a 5K, half marathon or marathon. CureSearch has charity spots for popular events in Los Angeles, Denver, Duluth, AND the 50th Anniversary New York City Marathon! Learn more.
- Come together with your community to help end childhood cancer at a CureSearch Walk. Walk and raise funds to support cutting-edge research, honor children affected by cancer and connect with others in your community. Learn more or sign up to be the first to know when registration opens for a Walk near you.
One last thing – if you want to stay local and don’t see the right fit, create your own event! We’d love to have you help by hosting a DIY fundraiser opportunity. CureSearch Gold is a fun way to use your DIY skills to create the event or charity effort you want — a backyard BBQ, baseball competition, or bake sale — the possibilities are truly endless! Take anything you like to do for fun and add a charitable focus for a win-win in 2020. Email us to get started!
We hope you’ll join us at an event in support of our mission to develop better treatments for the 40,000 kids who’ll undergo treatment this year.
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