Currently, children come second in the world of cancer research – the children affected by neuroblastoma are on average just two years old. They are too little to represent themselves.
One in two children diagnosed with aggressive neuroblastoma will not survive.
We need to change this and we need your help.
When you register for the run you will be able to set up your own fundraising page on Go Fundraise (provided you are over 18 years of age) which you can then share with your friends and contacts, via facebook, twitter or by email.
Our goal in 2020 is to raise $250 000.
Since 2014, the Neuroblastoma Run2Cure events have collectively raised over $1 million for research into better, kinder and more effective treatments for this devastating children's cancer.
Your Fundraising Page
When you register for Run2Cure 2020, a fundraising page is automatically created for you.
Your unique link will be emailed to you.
The first thing to do is make it your own - add photo and some words about let why you're running.
Then share your page and encourage your family and friends to help fund research into better, kinder and more effective treatments for the children's cancer neuroblastoma.
Sharing Your Fundraising Page
Have you shared your Run2Cure Neuroblastoma 2020 fundraising page?
Let your friends and family know that you're raising funds for children with neuroblastoma by sharing your fundraising page on your social media.
It only takes a minute and it's the best way for your friends and family to support your run.
Fundraising Rewards & Prizes
We have fabulous rewards for those runners who choose to make a difference - our first prize of a Run2Cure Stojo collapsible coffee cup (worth $25) is yours when you reach just $50.
How Your Fundraising Helps
Every single dollar raised will make a significant difference.
Examples of the difference your funds will make
Will support the cost of the chemicals, staffing and equipment needed to screen 25 drug compounds which could potentially save a child with neuroblastoma and improve their quality of life.
Will provide six months’ supply of antibody to detect abnormal proteins in tumours so we can find out more about what causes neuroblastoma.
Will help pay for the advanced technology required to examine one neuroblastoma sample. This will give us more information about the disease that we can use to design a treatment.
Will fund an innovative drug trial for one child with neuroblastoma and potentially save their life. Trials are essential to boost survival rates.