Run to Fight Children’s Cancer is the largest race in Arizona dedicated solely to pediatric cancer. Now in its eighth year, the race unites the community in building awareness of childhood cancer and raising much-needed funds for research, treatments, patient education and a host of support services for families battling the disease. All proceeds from the race stay in our community and benefit Arizona children fighting cancer.
The eighth-annual race will bring together thousands of runners and walkers, along with volunteers, spectators and childhood cancer survivors. The event features a 10K run, 5K run/walk, and quarter-mile Cancer Survivors Walk to honor children who have beaten cancer, those who are still fighting, and those who have lost their battle with the disease.
I spoke with Children's Cancer Network founder Patti Lutrell about the uniqueness of the event and
how it will help families affected by pediatric cancer. And you can fight out more and sign up to run, walk, or volunteer at www.runtofightcancer.com