Run2Cure Local - our second annual virtual event!
Participate from wherever you are located during the month of September and support research into the childhood cancer neuroblastoma
1. Choose your distance, 21.1k, 10k, 5k, 3k or 1k and register today.
2. Choose your location - this can be anywhere! Hit the beach or park or see how many neighbourhood streets you can cover for your designated distance*.
3. Work out a date in September.
4. Go alone, invite a buddy or get a group together*.
5. Connect with the Run2Cure Local Strava Club for your time to be recognised.
6. Get in the spirit by wearing a race bib or dressing up for childhood cancer awareness month with some gold!
*Please adhere to all covid rules in your area regarding exercising with others, radius from your home and mask wearing.
Get the look and support research into a cure
We have an amazing range of Run2Cure products on our online shop AND the best part is, your purchase will help support Neuroblastoma Australia's mission to fund research so all children diagnosed with neuroblastoma get the chance to grow up.
Take part and support vital research into a cure
It’s a shock to learn that children, particularly those with rare
diseases like neuroblastoma, come last in the world of cancer research.
Our Run2Cure Superheroes and their families have shared their stories to help raise awareness of this devastating cancer. Get to know them and find out why research is so important through their stories on our Superheroes pages.
Be rewarded for raising funds for research into a cure
The recent pandemic has impacted our charity and our neuroblastoma families. Now, more than ever, we need to make sure that we keep funding research into better treatments for this devastating children’s cancer.
Visit our fundraising area soon to see the incentive prizes you can earn when fundraising for Run2Cure.
Help us get a step closer to a cure for neuroblastoma
Right now, only half the children diagnosed with aggressive neuroblastoma will survive and many will suffer side effects from their treatment. In this video, Doctor Toby Trahair and Professor Murray Norris AM, Deputy Director of the Children’s Cancer Institute explain the importance of research.