Amount Raised: $922,214.47
May 3, 2020
We were apart but we came together on Sunday, May 3rd to celebrate an event that means so much to so many of us. At the virtual Race for Hope, we honored our loved ones by running, walking, zooming, posting, laughing, crying, and remembering. Many of you put on your race shirts, pinned on your race bibs and did your own socially distant 5Ks. Thank you to everyone who participated and reminded us that members of the brain tumor community are never alone. Many thanks to the survivors and teams who shared their stories with us on race day.
If you missed the program, it can be viewed below. Please continue to spread brain tumor awareness by sharing our event video this Brain Tumor Awareness Month and beyond.
It can't be a 32 foot wall on Freedom Plaza this year, but we are thrilled to honor our loved ones through our virtual Wall of Hope. Viewable here: Virtual Wall of Hope
For more information about the virtual event, fundraising and the NBTS mission please reach out to us.
Deana Martin, Director of Regional Development, DC and Maryland
firstname.lastname@example.org | 202.210.2756
Race for Hope DC, a 5K course in the nation's capital, is a fun and inspiring way to join forces in the fight against brain tumors by raising funds for research. It is one of the largest fundraisers in the country benefiting the brain tumor community and the proceeds support the National Brain Tumor Society. Through generous gifts from individuals and company sponsorships, the Race for Hope DC has raised $33 million in its history.