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in its second annual Charge Against Cancer: a fun, family event that includes a timed 5K, a 1-mile fun walk, and a kids' dash! Runners, joggers, walkers, crawlers and everyone in between are invited to join our efforts to rid the world of children's cancer.
***Sign up by Sept. 3 for best pricing and to guarantee an Izzy's Infantry tech t-shirt***
After Sept. 3, shirts will be available registrants while supplies last.
Price increases for event day registration: $40 for 5K, $30 for 1 Mile Fun Walk, $20 for Kid's Dash.
This event will be held rain or shine in Bridgewater's Duke Island Park on Saturday, October 31, 2020
If you can't join us in person, join our virtual race to CHARGE with us in spirit! This year's NEW and ENHANCED virtual race allows you to submit your time and be included in the race results. Virtual race finishers will receive a printable finisher's certificate. Fundraise $50 and receive a free Izzy's Infantry shirt! Additional information will be sent upon registration.
Help us raise money to fight pediatric cancer! Create a fundraising group to team up with friends and family, or raise money on your own. Team and fundraising set-up is available here: https://runsignup.com/Race/Donate/69234/BecomeFundraiser
This event benefits Izzy's Infantry: Fighting Childhood Cancer and Spinal Trauma, a Bridgewater-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Its mission, inspired by Isabel “Izzy Warrior Princess” who battles every day against a spinal cord tumor, is threefold: To fund research that will lead to better treatment options and a cure for childhood cancer; fund rehabilitation programs for children recovering from spinal cord injury; and improve the quality of life for children in treatment and their families through outreach programs and support groups. To learn about the organization's work or to join the march, visit www.izzysinfantry.org.
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