Get fit, have fun and raise vitally needed funds for research into a cure for neuroblastoma.

Corporate Challenge

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Now is a great time to get your work friends together and participate as a team in the timed 3km, 5km or 10km runs.

Physical exercise is a wonderful way to improve your work day and supporting a cause such as children’s cancer is a thoughtful way to help the youngest members of our community too.

More to come

We'll be announcing a prize for the largest corporate team soon!

MARQUEES

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We have a limited number of corporate marquees available if you would like a designated area for your business during the event.

Simply contact info@run2cure.org.au for more details.

Sponsorship

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Join Run2Cure as a sponsor and help us change the future prognosis for kids with cancer, faster and more effectively. Half of children diagnosed with aggressive neuroblastoma do not survive – your company can help make a difference and save lives of children.

Run2Cure promotes fitness and health as it involves fun runs for every age, fun activities and a fun walk for children five and under. It is also focused on the family and businesses within the community and through this coming together, there is a real opportunity to raise a significant amount of money.

We're offering the following sponsorship opportunities:

• Event Sponsors
• Promotional Opportunities

It’s our vision to save the lives of all children with cancer and eliminate their suffering; will you be joining us in the fight to cure kids cancer?

To discuss the sponsorship packages in more detail, please contact Lucy Jones on 0406 991 606 or email info@run2cure.org.au

Family Day Out

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Why not make Run2Cure Neuroblastoma a family day and add the 1k little heroes walk (5 years and under and their families).

There will be fun activities for the whole family from 9am until 1pm including sports (Little Kickers, Bubble Soccer and Sydney Sixers), face painting, jumping castles, rock climbing, kindy farm, pony rides and live entertainment.