March 26th - Irvine Valley College
The 19th Annual Reaching for the Cure Half Marathon,Seyfarth Shaw 10K, Orange Aluminum 5K Run, Cox Castle & Nicholson 5K Walk and 1K Kids Run will take place on Sunday, March 26, 2017 at Irvine Valley College in honor of pediatric cancer warriors, patients, and survivors everywhere. Runners, walkers, fundraisers, sponsors, vendors and volunteers from all over Southern California will run and walk in an effort to Reach for the Cure!
Irvine Valley College
7:00AM- Reaching for the Cure Half Marathon (13.1 miles/timed)
7:15AM- Orange Aluminum 5K Run (3.1 miles/timed)
7:45AM- Seyfarth Shaw 10K Run (6.2 miles/timed)
9:30AM- Cox Castle & Nicholson 5K Walk (3.1 miles/untimed)
11:00AM- PCRF 1K kids’ fun run (untimed)
Want to Bike the Brick?
Upgrade your registration and join our new Bike Partner, Renegade Racing’s Saddleback Spring Classic Gran Fondo! This ride has a distance for you no matter what your experience or fitness level may be. This is the perfect training weekend for triathletes or anyone wanting to really see what they are made of while “Pedaling to Cure Pediatric Cancer”. All “Brick” participants get a commemorative “Brick” with plaque: “I did a Brick to Help Cure Pediatric Cancer”.
For more information on just the bike, click here.
Finish Line Festival
Race Day Activities for runners, walkers, families and the community include packet pickup, race announcements, finisher medals, awards ceremony, exhibitors, food and musical entertainment; PCRF’s famous Kids Zone features petting zoo, bounce houses, obstacle courses, video trucks, face painting, attractions and more.
Thank you for supporting the 14,000 children a year who are newly diagnosed with pediatric cancer. Your participation gives life!
*Interested in seeing 2016 RFTC results? Click here: Gemini Timing
Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation has utilized a social fundraising platform for more than a decade. It increases awareness of our mission, and it increases funding for the ever expanding footprint that PCRF is developing across the nation. Less than 4% of NIH cancer research dollars are spent on pediatric cancers. For far too long, babies and children have been receiving scaled down adult treatments that often leave survivors with lasting effects and a very high probability of additional cancers in the future. At PCRF we stand vigilant in our mission to fund research that improves the care, quality of life and survival rate of children with malignant disease. Thank you for joining in the fight.