CancerCare is delighted to announce that Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza is a sponsor of the Walk/Run for Hope in Greenwich, CT. The Darien location will donate 50% of the total bill every Thursday in April, from dine-in and take-out orders. Pizza-lovers just have to mention CancerCare to their server!
CancerCare is calling walkers and runners of all levels and ages to participate in our Walk/Run for Hope on Sunday, May 5 at Greenwich Point. This event brings together friends and families to walk or run in memory of those they have lost to cancer, honor survivors, and support those who are currently facing the disease.
The 5k course is USATF-certified and runs along Tod’s Point. The event is part of the Betteridge Greenwich Cup, which is presented by the Hospital for Special Surgery and hosted by Threads and Treads.
Registration fees for the event are $35 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under. Awards will be presented to the top male and female participants in both the overall race and age-based categories. Younger kids can join our fun run for free. The event will take place rain or shine.
Both individuals and teams can participate by registering at www.cancercare.org/walkgreenwich.
The Walk/Run for Hope raises funds to support CancerCare’s professional support services right here in Connecticut. These programs are offered free-of-charge to anyone affected by cancer, including professional counseling, support groups, workshops and financial assistance.
Founded in 1944, CancerCare® is a national nonprofit organization providing free, professional support services to anyone affected by cancer. CancerCare helps individuals, families, caregivers and the bereaved cope with, and manage, the emotional and practical challenges of cancer. Our services include counseling and support groups, education, workshops, resource referrals, financial and co-pay assistance. All services are provided by professional oncology social workers and are offered completely free of charge. To learn more, please visit www.cancercare.org or call 1-800-813-HOPE (4673).