Run2Cure Fundraiser for Neuroblastoma Research goes Virtual for 2020
Take part in this fun event in your local neighbourhood, anytime from 5am, 5 September until 6pm, 6 September 2020.
As covid-19 continues to have a negative impact on events and our fundraising efforts we have had to make the very difficult decision to cancel our largest fundraiser, Run2Cure. We will instead try to raise funds through a virtual running event.
Walk, jog or run in support of better and safer treatments for neuroblastoma – an aggressive disease that takes the lives of more children under the age of five than any other cancer. Make a difference this September.
The objective of the event is not only to raise vital funds for neuroblastoma research but also to create a day out for children and families throughout Australia (and the world). Participants can use the event app to check how their run time compares to other runners and qualify for wonderful race and event prizes.
Get your friends, family and neighbours to join in, put on their sneakers and take a turn around your local area in support of a great cause.
Register for the 1k, 3k, 5k and 10k races
Complete your distance in an area near you : at home, at the gym, or in a park
Get an official time for your 3k, 5k and 10k run using the special app
Early bird pricing: $10 per adult and $5 per child (until 31 July) includes personalised bib
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