The highest priority of the Sarcoma Foundation of America is the health and safety of our community. With that in mind, we have decided to make our Race to Cure Sarcoma Tampa a VIRTUAL event!
What does this mean?
Run, walk, bike or roll in your neighborhood, local park or on your treadmill on December 6. Registered participants will receive a race packet that consists of an RTCS shirt, wristband and race bib. *Race packets will be mailed out to the address you use to register with*
Also, follow the Race to Cure Sarcoma Tampa on Facebook for virtual event details.
We will have a full program on event day that highlights participants and sponsors, and other ways for you to engage as you support sarcoma research.
Wondering how you can help now?
If you are already registered, keep fundraising and invite your friends to join you and register as a virtual biker/walker/runner! They can be anywhere in the country and support you and sarcoma research!
We want to recognize the amazing stories of our sarcoma supporters. Help us by sending videos, pictures, and stories that we can share online. Post them on our RTCS Tampa Facebook page, share to your social media and tag @CureSarcoma, or email them to us at events@curesarcoma.
If you already participated in the National Virtual Race, you can still support the local Tampa race by registering today.
Thank you for your continued support of the Race to Cure Sarcoma Tampa event and the SFA.
Adults (14-up): $35
Children (6-13): $10
Children 5 and under: FREE
When you choose to take part in the Race to Cure Sarcoma Tampa 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 Tampa drives innovative sarcoma research nationally, through the Sarcoma Foundation of America.
Donations to Sarcoma Foundation of America help
Fund innovative sarcoma research
Educate patients and caregivers
Raise public awareness