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Run2Cure Neuroblastoma | The Domain, Sydney@ The Domain and Royal Botanic Gardens
Jun 2 @ 7:30 am – 1:00 pm

The Run2Cure Neuroblastoma will take place on Sunday 2nd June in the Domain. Come and help raise the profile of neuroblastoma childhood cancer by running in our the event.

Run2Cure Neuroblastoma

Run2Cure has raised over $500k for research into neuroblastoma childhood cancer – the leading casue of cancer death in children aged under 5 years. Childrens Cancer Institute is the main recipient of funds raised ($346 000) followed by Cancer Council NSW ($161 000). We know with more research being funded, treatments can improve – allowing more children to beat this devastating disease. Currently half of the children diagnosed with aggressive neuroblastoma will not survive.

Run2Cure consists of the following:

  • 1k Little Heroes fun walk for children 5 and under with parents, grandparents and siblings – prams welcome. All children must be accompanied by an adult in the walk/run.
  • 1k Junior Dash – for children aged 6 to 10 years – do not need to be accompanied by an adult
  • 3k timed run – all children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult in the run (unless part of a school team).
  • 5k timed run – all children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult in the run (unless part of a school team).
  • 10k timed run – for children 12 and over and adults. Prams and pushchairs are also permitted.

Family Fun at Run2Cure

From 9am till 1pm there is lots of fun to be had for the kids in addition to a range of food stalls.

Run2Cure Neuroblastoma

The kids will be thoroughly entertained by a Taronga Zoomobile, rock climbing wall, face painting, arts area, pony rides, jumping castles and the Little Kickers soccer zone. New this year is the screamer slide – the tallest, steepest, dry, inflatable slide in Sydney! Activities will cost between $4 and $10 each and coupons will be sold on the day.

Run2Cure Neuroblastoma

Plus, on a huge stage popular performers the Jitterbugs will get the children on their feet. Kiki and Pascal, will ensure everyone has a smile on their face with their fun juggling and acrobatics, while adults and kids alike will enjoy the uplifting sounds of Caribbean band Errol H. Renaud.