We are raising money to conquer childhood cancer by supporting groundbreaking research and innovative care at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Join us today!
This fundraiser is specifically for CHOP oncology and 100% of the donations go towards the CHOP oncology team that provide direct treatment to Jackson and other kids like Jackson with childhood cancer. This is just a small way for us to contribute back to the Doctors and Nurses that are saving Jackson’s life.
How to support:
- Make a donation to our team.
- Purchase a team shirt we will be wearing at the event: https://www.bonfire.com/walking-cancer-killers-2/
- Join our team and walk with us. Event details:
- Date: Sunday, September 24th
- 7 a.m. – Event-day registration opens
- 8 a.m. – Opening ceremony begins
- 8:30 a.m. – 5K run starts directly followed by the 2K walk
- Location: Eakins Oval • 2451 Benjamin Franklin Parkway • Philadelphia, PA 19103. On day of we will have a tent with our team name on it. Go directly to the tent and we can register there.
- Important Note: If you plan on walking with us then please purchase a team shirt by August: https://www.bonfire.com/walking-cancer-killers-2/
Why this is important to our team:
PATIENTS NEED US: Parents shouldn’t have to hear the words “your child has cancer,” but 1 in 285 children in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer by the time they are 20 years old.
BREAKTHROUGHS ARE UPON US: Every day, CHOP’s Cancer Center team is redefining what a cancer diagnosis means for a child. The center offers the most advanced therapies available anywhere in the world, including cutting-edge clinical trials that reprogram the body’s own immune system to fight cancer. CHOP’s Center for Childhood Cancer Research is one of the most distinguished research programs in the nation.
How You Can Help:
MAKE AN IMMEDIATE IMPACT TODAY: 100% of every donation to the 2023 Parkway Run & Walk, presented by Citadel, will help CHOP make important breakthroughs in understanding the causes of childhood cancer, developing new treatments that will improve outcomes for children, and one day may lead to a cure for childhood cancer.
Thank you for your support!: