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Run2Cure 2022

Run2Cure 2022

 3 Apr, 2022 - 3 Apr, 2022
 Sun 7:30am - Sun 12:00pm
 St Marys Road
  Sydney, NSW
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The Run 2 Cure Neuroblastoma Domain Run is back on Sunday, 3 April 2022. Register for the 3k, 5k 10k and 21.1 walk/run event and the signature 1k Little Heroes (for families with a child 5 and under).

The 1km walk this year is called The Little Heroes 1km and children are encouraged to dress up as superheroes!

There will also be a host of family friendly activities on throughout the morning including face painting and FREE Live entertainment.

The course will be a little different to past events as the main site will move to Fleet Steps, near Mrs. Macquarie's Chair, offering stunning views of Sydney Harbour and Opera House.

In Run2Cure Neuroblastoma, people from all over Australia come together to raise awareness and desperately needed funds for research into a cure for the devastating childhood cancer neuroblastoma. Run2Cure has to date raised an incredible $1 million dollars for research.

So, register today. It’s going to be a fantastic day out for a wonderful cause.

For the latest news and event updates please visit 

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 Neuroblastoma Australiaorganiser
 0406 991 606

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Neuroblastoma Australia is a children’s cancer charity which focuses on raising funds for leading research. This research is to develop better and safer treatments so more children can be saved from this disease. Neuroblastoma Australia was started by Lucy Jones after her nine month old baby girl, Sienna was diagnosed with this disease. Very sadly, Sienna relapsed 11 months after completing treatment and in 2010 she passed away when she was just two and a half years old. Having witnessed the terrible loss of her daughter and the aggression of the disease, Lucy was even more determined to raise vital funds for this disease and to raise awareness. Supported by other families, the charity became registered in 2012 and received GDR status in 2014. Neuroblastoma Australia has now raised over $2.15 million for research into neuroblastoma mainly through the fundraising events organised.

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