Welcome to the Inaugural Race to Cure Sarcoma Baltimore on Saturday, May 9, 2020!
The Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) invites you to join us for a family friendly walk/run event. Our goal is to raise awareness and financial resources for sarcoma research.
By participating in this fundraiser, you'll share your story with others while raising much needed funds for sarcoma research. Your funds will support both the SFA's national research program and locally through University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center.
What you need to know:
Date: May 9, 2020
What: 5k or 1 mile walk/run through the Maryland Zoo. All 5k participants will be timed!
Check in: 7:00 AM registration begins promptly. All participants must have a wristband to enter the zoo which will be given at registration.
Registration fee: $35.00 for registration. Fee includes t-shirt and entry to the Maryland Zoo for the day! To be guaranteed a t-shirt you must be registered by April 11, 2020
We will have a special shirt for SURVIVORS! Be sure to check the Survivor/Patient box during the registration process!
**There will be NO onsite registration available**
Please be sure to follow the FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE for updates/information!
For more information, please visit our FAQ page!
No pets will be permitted within the Zoo boundaries. Service animals are permitted in most area of the Zoo but some restrictions apply due to collection animal welfare.
When you choose to take part in the Race to Cure Sarcoma Baltimore, you are choosing to join hundreds of others who want to make a difference for sarcoma patients and their families. Join us and the sarcoma community and be a part of the premier run/walk series in the United States focused on raising awareness and research funds for sarcoma.
Funds raised through RTCS Baltimore drives innovative sarcoma research nationally, through the Sarcoma Foundation of America, and locally through the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Fundraising through this event drives innovative research through the Sarcoma Foundation of America and the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center.