2019 Run to Fight Children's Cancer Registration
Registration includes official runner tech shirt, commemorative medal for all participants and a donation to the Run to Fight Charities Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Children’s Cancer Network.
All proceeds are donated to Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Children’s Cancer Network. Each registration helps us in the fight against childhood cancer.
On your mark. Get set.
Run to Fight Children’s Cancer: 10K run, 5K run/walk and Cancer Survivors Walk
April 5, 2020 at Salt River Field
7:00 am 10K starts
7:45 am 5K starts
9:00 am Cancer Survivors Walk starts
Enjoy the post-race festival for some family fun! Activities include DJ Dizzie and Just Energy Entertainment, vendor expo, and family activities.
Race Location: Same Run. New Venue.
Run to Fight Children’s Cancer is held on a flat, fast course around the Salt River Fields Property.
- The two-loop 10K is a running race only
- The one-loop 5K is for walkers and runners
- The Cancer Champion Walk Around the Bases in Salt River Fields Stadium is held after both races are completed
Run to Fight Children’s Cancer invites all participants and volunteers to cheer on our cancer-fighting superheroes during their Champion Walk around the Bases on the Field!
Click HERE to access the course map. (coming soon)
Let's Step Up The Fight >>
To be announced shortly!
All parking will be on the grounds at Salt River Fields. Details coming soon!
Timing and Awards
Run to Fight Children’s Cancer is a chip timed race. Results are typically available online within one hour after the start of each race and are also displayed on monitors located at the Timing Booth on the Arena plaza.
Everyone medals at Run to Fight Children’s Cancer! Finisher medals are handed out at the conclusion of both races by our wonderful volunteers. Be sure you receive yours at the finish line.
For the top three male and female finishers in each age category, special award medals will be available and can be picked up at the Medals Table by the timing results display. Results are posted approximately one hour after the start of each run.
The 2020 Run to Fight Medal is designed by childhood cancer survivor, Jeff Luttrell. Diagnosed with cancer at the age of 5 years, Jeff is a 26 year survivor and a talented graphic designer.
|Award categories include the following age ranges:|
|11 & under||30 - 34||55 - 59|
|12 - 15||35 - 39||60 - 64|
|16 - 19||40 - 44||65 - 69|
|20 - 24||45 - 49||70 -74|
|25 - 29||50 - 54||75 & over|
Although not required for event participation, the hope is that those that join the Run to Fight Family through event participation and volunteering will be moved to join the fundraising efforts! All funds will benefit the family centered programs and services of Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Children’s Cancer Network.
For assistance with fundraising or teams, contact Tiffany Creek at Tiffany.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mission & History
Run to Fight Children’s Cancer is the largest race in Arizona dedicated solely to pediatric cancer. Now in its tenth year, the race unites the community in building awareness of childhood cancer and raising much-needed funds for research, treatments, patient education and a host of support services for families battling the disease. All proceeds from the race stay in our community and benefit Arizona children fighting cancer.
Grand Canyon University Foundation hosted the inaugural Run to Fight Children’s Cancer – with its 10K run, 5K run/walk and quarter-mile Children’s Survivors Walk – in 2011. Since then, the race has become a signature event in Arizona, attracting thousands of participants and topping the half-million-dollar mark in funds raised for lifesaving treatments at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, along with financial, education and healthy living programs provided to families by Children’s Cancer Network.
In 2018, the Grand Canyon University Foundation passed the baton to Children’s Cancer Network, who assumed operations of the event. Together with runners, sponsors, volunteers and our very own cancer-fighting superheroes, Run to Fight Children’s Cancer is a voice for young cancer survivors and a beacon of hope for families across the state.