The Childhood Cancer Project will once again have Caryn Lubetsky running on their team competing even harder this year to end childhood cancer.
Caryn Lubetsky will be running the KEYS100 Ultramarathon on Saturday and Sunday, May 18th-19th.
Show your support and find out how you can help at https://thechildhoodcancerproject.org/ or by calling (800) 650-3597
Every year, there are over 250,000 new cases of cancer that affect children under the age of 20 worldwide. That’s 700 kids diagnosed with cancer every single day. Unfortunately, there has been an alarming decrease in budgets, and less than 4% of the National Cancer Institute’s federal funding goes towards research for all childhood cancers combined.
Caryn Lubetsky, world class elite marathon runner and triathlete, and board member of The Childhood Cancer Project, will be running some of the toughest footraces in the world this year to raise money for childhood cancer research. 100% of all donations and sponsorship fund rare childhood cancer research.
The Childhood Cancer Project is a non-profit 501(c)3 dedicated to fighting childhood cancer. 100% of donations support childhood cancer research.
Our goal is to advance the current understanding of cancer biology and explore new ways to cure, control, and prevent disease. With more funding for cancer research, we can save lives and improve outcomes for children affected by childhood cancer. We strive to be the driving force that stimulates change and progress.
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.