Race to Cure Sarcoma Milwaukee 2020 supporting Sarcoma Foundation of America
Sarcoma Foundation of America

About Race to Cure Sarcoma Milwaukee 2020

Welcome to the 4th Annual Milwaukee Race to Cure Sarcoma 2020! 

The Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) invites you to join us for a family friendly 5k 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 the SFA's national research program, Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.


WHAT:

5k /1 Mile Family Fun Walk, or Run and then tons of fun! All participants running the 5k will be timed!

All participants that register will receive a commemorative t-shirt (must be registered by June 13th to be guaranteed a t-shirt)  


WHERE:

**NEW LOCATION**
Greenfield Park
2028 S. 124 St.
West Allis, WI 53227

(Course map coming soon)

WHEN:
July 11, 2020 Check-in 8:00AM

Opening Ceremony will start promptly at 9:00 am, with the walk/run starting at 9:30 am

*There will be no onsite registration*


WHO:
Adults (14-up): $35

Children (6-13): $10

Children 5 and under: FREE

**There will be NO onsite registration**


Date

Starts at:  July 11, 2020 9:00 AM
Ends at:  July 11, 2020 2:00 PM

Location

Greenfield Park
2028 S. 124 St.
West Allis,WI 53214 USA

Contact

Sarcoma Foundation of America
milwaukeertcs@curesarcoma.org

Why Participate?

On July 13, 2019, over 1100 walkers and runners
gathered at beautiful Root River Parkway
to participate in the second annual Race to Cure
Sarcoma - Milwaukee 5K Run/Walk. Organized by the
Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA), this event raised
$138,000 for sarcoma research nationally through the
SFA and locally through the Froedtert & the Medical
College of Wisconsin Cancer Network and Children’s
Hospital of Wisconsin.


Weekend athletes, avid runners, stroller riders, sponsors,
volunteers and cheerleaders on the sidelines joined together
to celebrate and honor those affected by sarcoma.