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Phoenix Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer 5K

City of Hope Walk for Hope Arizona
We are giving back this Sunday, October 4 by joining the fight against breast cancer by sponsoring and participating in the annual Phoenix Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer 5K at The Phoenix Zoo. This event is close to our hearts as Kevin’s mother, Beverly Rowe, is a breast cancer survivor.

Phoenix Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer 5K Details

There is still time to register for the Phoenix Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer 5K. Interested? You can register online at Walk4hope.org/phoenix and find out more details about the 5K by contacting the City of Hope Southwest Fundraising Office at 602-340-8871, or via [email protected].

Breast Cancer 5K

  • $30 early registration fee for participants 12 years and older (before noon, October 2)
  • $40 late registration fee
  • $20 registration fee for participants aged 3 – 11
  • 6:00 a.m. check-in at SRP (Salt River Project -1600 N Priest Drive, Tempe, AZ)
  • 8:00 a.m. 5K begins
  • 6:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

About Walk for Hope

Walk for Hope is about action. It is a series of nationwide walks that raise millions of dollars to fight cancer at City of Hope. Walk for Hope is also a statement in action that lets community members know that no one will ever have to fight cancer alone. Walkers are advocates for those who turn to City of Hope for help when they need it most — and countless others who will benefit from research advances at City of Hope. The Phoenix Walk for Hope 5K walk supports breast cancer research, treatment and education. Join the fight against breast cancer and walk toward a world without breast cancer. The Walk for Hope Phoenix staff may be contacted directly by calling 602-340-8871, or via e-mail at [email protected].

Lerner and Rowe Team Photos from 2015 Walk for Hope

We had a great time at the Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer! Thank you to everyone who joined us in the fight….

Posted by Lerner and Rowe on Monday, October 5, 2015