ALL DAY FUN DAY ACTIVITIES AND LIVE ENTERTAINMENT KICKS OFF FROM 9AM UNTIL 1PM. GROWFIT, TARONGA ZOOMOBILE, ROCK CLIMBING WALL, FACE PAINTING, ARTS AREA, PONY RIDES AND JUMPING CASTLES!
Run2Cure Neuroblastoma is the fun run for everyone – with a great choice of distances to choose from. Come and run or walk in one of the most iconic locations in Sydney. There is also a host of children’s fun activities throughout the morning.
Run2Cure is your chance to make a real difference for children affected by Neuroblastoma by raising vital funds for research into this aggressive childhood cancer.
Last year we had over 6000 people attended on the day, coming together to raise over $420000 for Neuroblastoma Australia.
This year we’d love you to join our GrowFit Superheroes team and walk the 1 km around Sydneys beautiful botanic gardens to raise much needed funds to put a stop to this disease which is so close to many of our hearts
Why join the GROWFIT SUPERHEROES team?
To receive a 10% discount on registration fee, enter the Promo Code – GROWFIT10
Receive your very own Superhero Cape*
*We have 75 adult and 75 children’s capes. You know the old saying ‘first in best dressed’, the first 75 adults and 75 children to register will receive a FREE GrowFit Superhero Cape. Pick up capes at the GrowFit Zone on the day, don’t worry you won’t miss us, we’ll be the team with the awesome capes on!
WHAT IS NEUROBLASTOMA?
Neuroblastoma is a solid tumour of childhood cancer. It develops from nerve cells called “neuroblasts”. These cells are most commonly found in the adrenal glands (above the kidney) and along the tissues around the spinal cord. Most tumors start in the adrenal glands.
There are no known reasons as to why this cancer occurs and there are no clear environmental links. There are rare cases where neuroblastoma runs in families due to a genetic mutation, but in most cases there is no known genetic cause.
Neuroblastoma is a very complex cancer and there are many different types that behave very differently. At one end of the spectrum are benign tumours that may even resolve spontaneously, while at the other end are aggressive tumours with an average survival rate of 40%.
Neuroblastoma Australia’s mission is to raise awareness of neuroblastoma childhood cancer, raise much-needed funds for research into neuroblastoma and provide information and support to those affected.
How to register?
You can download this step by step guide making it nice and easy.
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