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Help us kick off National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month by joining us for the Chance for Hope Going Gold Fun Run, an officially-timed 5K and 10K race open to participants of all ages! From competitive runners to leisurely walkers, the Fun Run offers something for everyone. In addition to the race itself, an event village features music, race prizes and fun activities for the kids.
A virtual race option is available for those who cannot join us on race day.
Your registration will provide support and awareness to families impacted by childhood cancer.
The Chance for Hope Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization formed in April 2014 to honor the legacy of Chance Davidson, a thirteen-year-old boy who lost his battle with brain cancer in October 2013. Having been a previous pediatric cancer family and Pearland resident, the founders of our organization have an acute understanding of the needs of the pediatric cancer community and the challenges faced by these courageous children. The charitable mission of the Chance for Hope Foundation is to provide support services for children with cancer and their families, funding for pediatric cancer research and treatment, and educational resources to the general public regarding pediatric cancer.
As you may know, September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and gold is the recognized color for childhood cancer. Through the Chance for Hope Going Gold Fun Run, our Foundation’s signature cancer awareness event, we remember the many children who have been taken from us too soon and extend our support to all those who continue to battle this illness with incredible strength and courage.
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