What: City of Hope, a cancer research and treatment center near Los Angeles, will host our first-ever virtual Walk for Hope on Sunday, Oct. 4, to find a cure for breast and gynecological cancers.
The world has changed, but the reasons why we walk have not. Join cancer survivors, their friends and family, medical professionals and supporters from across the country in the fight against breast and gynecological cancers.
Cancer does not stop, and neither will City of Hope.
When: Sunday, October 4, at 9am PDT
Where: Register and fundraise today at walkforhope.org. Be on the lookout for special announcements about ways to connect via social media, the wellness challenge, fundraising incentives and more.
Share your progress with the hashtag #WeStillWalk.
Event Supporting Details
· Walk for Hope began in 1997 and has raised nearly $40 million for City of Hope’s Women’s Cancers Program.
· Walk for Hope is City of Hope’s largest public event.
· Last year 12,000 people participated and raised $1.6 million — the highest fundraising total to-date.
· The virtual Walk for Hope offers a safe, fun and meaningful way for people to get out of the house, get some exercise and virtually engage with friends, family and supporters of breast and gynecological cancer.