Join us for Starry Night, a new event dedicated to shining a light on pediatric brain tumors and taking a stand against one of the deadliest forms of childhood cancer.
Featuring a lantern raising, 28,000-step run/walk/relay (8.5k) and fun activities for all ages, Starry Night will spotlight the 28,000 people across the nation living with the diagnosis of a childhood brain tumor.
Each Starry Night will include a ceremony honoring local brain tumor survivors, and participants will light up the nighttime sky with thousands of lanterns to symbolize hope for a cure.
The event launches in seven cities this fall: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and San Francisco. Funds raised will go toward research and family services, including family support programs at local children’s hospitals.
You can be a part of Starry Night by volunteering, becoming a sponsor, fundraising and participating in your community. For more information, email us or call 800-253-6530.
Please help us spread the word about Starry Night by inviting your coworkers, friends and family to participate. With your help, we can reach our $1 million fundraising goal for 2014!