Events Our neuroblastoma events Run2Cure Domain 2023 Help us raise vital funds so we can fund the research so desperately needed. Our goal is to raise $300,000 at Run2Cure to support a promising research grant selected by our world-class Scientific Advisory Panel. Want to come and join in the action? Registrations are open now! Simply choose a distance and walk or run around the most iconic and stunning views of Sydney Harbour and Opera House. Distances to choose from are 3km, 5km, 10km and 21.1km fun run/walk events plus our new 2.2k family and friends relay. Come dressed as your favourite superhero for the 1km Little Heroes walk, perfect for children five and under with family. Visit our Run2Cure Neuroblastoma website for all the latest details of our Run2Cure events or to register. The story of Run2Cure Neuroblastoma Run2Cure has grown through the support of our neuroblastoma community from a small fun run in Sydney Park in 2013 to a significant annual community event with over 5000 people from all over Australia, coming together to raise awareness and desperately needed funds for research into a cure for this children’s cancer. In 2020 we launched our first virtual event Run2Cure Local which allowed our community to participate wherever they were in the world. The event was repeated in 2021 and successfully ran throughout the month of September 2021, childhood cancer awareness month. It truly was a beautiful day Lucy and you should be very proud of creating something so special. Our family and friends make it their annual event as they enjoy it so much.... and all the new team members we had this year remarked how they can’t wait to come back next year! Sarah, Bella’s mum Support our Run2Cure Superheroes Meet our Run2Cure Superhero, Kalynda. At seven months, Kalynda lost complete movement in her body. Further diagnosis revealed a mass in her chest cavity pushing out her ribs and compressing her spine. It was an intermediate grade neuroblastoma. Many children like Kalynda need your support to access better treatments with fewer side effects. You can fundraise throughout September, for our superheroes affected by neuroblastoma and their families. Meet all our Superheroes by clicking on the images below: Fundraising for childhood cancer is a rewarding experience. All our children thank you for your support and for giving them a chance for a healthy future.