Lace Up Against Cancer Event
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Lace Up For Cancer Race
Distance: 21km -10km - 5km
Date: 22 June 2019
Venue: Orlando Communal Hall
19 - 21 June 2019
About The Event
Orlando Athletics Club invites you to join us for an exciting half marathon Lace Up For Cancer Run on the 22nd of June to celebrate survivors of cancer and stand firm with those fighting against it and honor the ones whose lives were taken by this disease.
T-shirts for the first 1000 Pre-entries for 21k & 10k only and medals for all finishers.
Race pack collection at Orlando Communal Hall on 19 till 21 June 2019
NO T-shirts from the 1st of June till race day & NO collections on race day.
Entry Fee Details
21km - R170
10km - R140
5km - R110
21k Temp Licence - R35
10k Temp Licence - R30
Race Cancer Caps - R100
About Our Charity Race Events
Who Are We?
Soweto Cancer Association in partnership with Orlando Athletics Club are the peak of social-enterprise-driven organizations that represent their communities.
Our main focus is to campaign in the fight against cancer on all fronts with the intention to raise funds for educating, advancing access to quality care treatments and to provide quality support programs such as survivor-ship support and advocacy. Our partnership with Soweto Cancer Association is a non-profit venture.
Why does it matter?
The hosted event and program will provide a platform for everyone to take part in raising awareness about cancer, this mass participation will create a
significant hub for the cancer program & many other community development programs in Orlando and surrounding communities.
Who are we impacting?
We positively impact children, young people & the rest of the community in their will to stand in solidarity with us to lead in the fight against cancer. Because of not being educated about cancer; many families have lost children, siblings, parents, grandparents and other loved ones. Orlando Cancer Association is the force of change for fighting against cancer by spreading awareness and education about this dreadful disease and we are proud to be part of it.