Held during National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, CureFest for Childhood Cancer’s mission is to make childhood cancer research a national priority by uniting the childhood cancer community, the general public, and government officials as one voice against childhood cancer.
“One of the reasons there has never been a childhood cancer movement is that there are thousands of tiny childhood cancer foundations and groups that have the same goals but are not working together,” says AWOCCF’s Mike Gillette. “We are partnering with several like-minded organizations and advocates to change this reality.
The 2017 CureFest for Childhood Cancer event drew more than 2,500 people from over 44 states.
CureFest Weekend 2018 will be held on September 15 and 16. On Saturday there will be a Rally, a Meet and Greet and a Candlelight Vigil at the White House. On Sunday, there will be a CureFest Walk and Festival.
Days Until CureFest Weekend 2017!