Neuroblastoma is one of the most common types of childhood cancers and is the #1 cause of cancer deaths in children under 5 years of age. Neuroblastoma Australia (NBA) is committed to finding more effective and less harmful treatments for Neuroblastoma patients. NBA believes this can be achieved by undertaking more investigative and extensive research in this underfunded area. The community is integral to achieving this vision for neuroblastoma sufferers. By taking part in events such as Run2Cure, vital funds and awareness can be raised for neuroblastoma.
Neuroblastoma Run2Cure is a fun day out for the whole family and includes a timed 10km, timed 5km, timed 3km and 1km events as well as various children’s activities - so there’s something for superheroes of all abilities. The Neuroblastoma Run2Cure, now in its 5th year has already raised $430,000. The aim is to raise another $150,000 from this year’s Run2Cure which will go directly towards neuroblastoma research at Children’s Cancer Institute Australia and Cancer Council NSW.
NBA doesn’t need a miracle to find a cure for neuroblastoma, they just need your help. Via events such as Run2Cure, they can help raise vital funds to help move closer to finding a cure and give children with neuroblastoma the chance to live long and healthy lives. Register for Run2Cure today!
When: Sunday 4 June | 7am - 1pm
Where: The Domain
Event FAQs for the Run 2 Cure 2017
What is the event?
Where can I find more information about the event and how to attend?
Which areas of The Domain are impacted by this event and when?
I am not attending the event, will I still be able to access the Domain on the event day?
What will the traffic and access impacts be?
Will the Pavilion / Botanic Garden restaurant be open as usual?
Will the Garden Shop still be operating?
Will the Choo Choo Express still be operating?
Will there be any sound impacts related to this event?