CURE Childhood Cancer would like to keep you up to date with the latest events coming up in support of CURE. So we’ve dedicated a whole section of our website to upcoming events and all of our Annual Events.
Please continue to check back to our events section periodically to get location information and specific details on all of our latest events. We hope to see you at one of them soon!
Calendar of Events: An up to date list of all of the upcoming events that benefit CURE Childhood Cancer.
A Tribute to Our Quiet Heroes: An annual event, hosted by Chris Glavine, honoring the mother’s of children who have battled cancer. The 6th Annual “A Tribute to Our Quiet Heroes” will be held on September 25, 2010 at the Grand Hyatt, Atlanta.
Lauren’s Run: An annual 5K run, 2K fun run/walk, and Tot Trot, hosted by CURE in memory of Lauren Zagoria and Lauren Kochman who both lost their battle to cancer. Every year, thousands of runners and walkers participate in this special event.
CURE Childhood Cancer Annual Picnic: Immediately following our annual Lauren’s Run, the CURE family picinic is a day of laughter and cheer for children fighting cancer and their families as well as survivors and bereaved families, a day to reconnect as families and to tap in to the support network of other families walking the same road and a compassionate community of supporters who provide critical assistance during times of need.
CURE’s Kids Conquer Cancer One Day at a Time: An initiatve started in 2009 in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day throughout the month of September, CURE honors and remembers special children. Some children are on treatment, some are long term survivors and some children tragically lost their battles with cancer. The children we honor and remember and whose stories we share each with our community represent the 12,700 children diagnosed each year. Each child is unique and each story is different. yet the children fight similar battles against similar vicious diseases, and in telling their individual stories, we hope to ignite the hearts of those in our community and strengthen the resolve to find cures.