"Develop Cures and Delivering Hope"

"Develop Cures and Delivering Hope"

"Develop Cures and Delivering Hope""Develop Cures and Delivering Hope"

TCCP Quarantine Run Results

Here are the results from the TCCP Quarantine Run. If you don't see your results please submit it through the submit your results button below the results page. If you have any questions please email gal@thechildhoodcancerproject.org


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TCCP Quarantine Community Run


Who are we? Why do we need you?

The Childhood Cancer Project was founded by the parents, family members, and friends of Joshua Segal, who began his battle with osteosarcoma, a rare type of childhood cancer, in 2015. 

We are committed to supporting childhood cancer research and to the development of more effective and less toxic treatments for cancer’s youngest warriors. Please help us "Develop Cures" and "Deliver Hope."

The entire world is currently experiencing the life of pediatric cancer patients and their families. 

Their entire family must live in quarantine to avoid germs that can ravage the child’s immune system; they face financial ruin from crushing medical bills, travel expenses and often parents are unable to work because they need to care around the clock for their sick child.  

How can you help? 

During these uncertain times many people are turning to walking and running and just enjoying the outdoors to relieve stress and get exercise. 

On April 18, 2020 we are asking that you dedicate your walk or run to a child battling cancer. Simply register for and complete the race. The race is free and open to everyone.

The Purpose?

Since 2015 you have all been here to support The Childhood Cancer Project through monetary donations, attending events and sharing our mission. 

Now, during this time of uncertainty for all of us, we want to be here for you. 

The virtual race will give us all something small to look forward to in the next few weeks, it will allow children with pediatric cancer know that you stand and walk (or run if you choose) with them and provide a virtual community event that will bring us all “together” on April 18. 

Why would I enter a virtual race?

There are no parking problems. No crowds. No long Porta Potty lines. There is no start gun or nervous, pre-race jitters!

You Are Only Competing with yourself. The point is to challenge yourself and to have fun while making a difference in the fight against childhood cancer.

You can race (run or walk) wherever you want. The race “opens” at 12:00 am on April 18 and closes at 11:59pm. Sleep in, wake up early, it is up to you when you complete the mileage on April 18, just make sure to honor all curfews in place when completing the distance outdoors. 

If you have a favorite running spot that gives you energy, complete the distance there. You can even race on a treadmill if you have one available. The virtual format gives you the freedom to run where and when you are most comfortable.