Run2Cure Domain 2021
Registrations will open 19th April for our fun run held in The Domain, currently scheduled to take place on Saturday 4 September 2021.
Jump start the new year with a new challenge. We're excited to announce our 1st Run2Cure Half Marathon! Run 21.1k in 2021, or take on the 10k, 5k, 3k or 1k races, there's a race distance for everyone.
*In the event of a cancellation, you will receive a 100% credit of registration fees to be applied in 2022.
Join our second virtual fun run!
For the second year, wherever you are in the world - you can take part in Run2Cure Local! Same distances (21.1k, 10k, 5k, 3k and 1k) but you can choose when to complete your chosen distance throughout the entire month of September.
Take a look at our Run2Cure merchandise range
Get the look and contribute to research toward a cure for the children's cancer neuroblastoma by shopping at our online store.
Support amazing kids like Jazmyn
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 through our Superhero pages and find out why research is so important.
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.
A step closer to a world where all children diagnosed with neuroblastoma get the chance to grow up.
Run2Cure has grown through the support of our neuroblastoma community from a small fun run in Sydney Park in 2013 to a significant annual community event with over 5000 people from all over Australia, coming together to raise awareness and desperately needed funds for research into a cure for this children’s cancer.