News Coverage



What makes a superhero: 6-year-old cancer fighter knows / March 2017

Same school, same class, same battle to fight cancer / March 2017

Doctors strive for clinical trials for children with cancer / March 2017

Therapists help patients fight the hidden wounds of cancer / March 2017

More than 3,000 people step out to fight children’s cancer / March 2017


GCU Foundation Raises $84,000 for Local Families / April 2016

Childhood Cancer: A Different Battlefield / March 2016

Five Arizona Kids Tell You What Really Matters / March 2016

An 11-year-old Reason to Get Involved / March 2016

Valley Kids Make Valentine’s Day Cards
FOX 10 / February 2016


Run to Fight Cancer Race Starter Mia / March 2015

Banding Together for a Good Cause Run to Fight
KTAR News / March 2015

GCU Staging Run to Fight Children’s Cancer / February 2015

Chandler Girl to Kick Off Upcoming Cancer Race
East Valley Tribune / March 2015


Valley Boy Uses Star Wars to Battle Cancer / March 2014

Run to Fight Might Draw 2500 Participants / February 2014

Fighting for Normal / February 2014


For Survivor, Run is Personal / March 2013

Run to Fight Children’s Cancer Raises $104K / April 2013


Running Against Cancer, with Grace
Raising Arizona Kids Magazine / March 2012


Run (or Walk) to Fight Children’s Cancer
Raising Arizona Kids / October 2011

Run to Fight Children’s Cancer raises awareness and much needed funds for lifesaving research, treatments and support services for families affected by pediatric cancer. Alongside our friends in the media, we’ve been able to put a face on this cause by sharing poignant stories about superheroes who are in the battle of their lives.

Read and watch to learn more about these brave warriors.