Racing to End Childhood Cancer
You love to compete! Turn your miles into a cure for Childhood Cancer by Racing for GOLD!
Gold In September (G9) is a national effort to raise awareness and financial support for childhood cancer research and the development of new treatments. Gold (G) and September (9) are the nationally recognized color and month for childhood cancer awareness.
GrowGOLD is not just a mission but a movement of individuals working together to change the future of childhood cancer forever.
As an athlete, you can make a difference by promoting awareness to help inspire others to take action. Dedicate your efforts to G9 and help us turn the world GOLD.
Take Action Today!
G9 has partnered with EveryDayHero, an online platform that makes fundraising easy. Pick a race, train, and rally your friends, family and coworkers to support you. Every dollar raised helps make a difference to a child with cancer.
Mary completed her first half marathon in 2017 and raised $2,100 for G9. Teams like Extreme Endurance have raised nearly $10,000 already this year for G9! Whether you are an individual or you want to be part of a team, join us today and help us fight childhood cancer.
Raise a minimum of $250 and get a G9 Race Kit: Choose from singlet or short-sleeved shirt and running hat.
Not sure how to get started? Contact email@example.com
Training Plans Sample Half Marathon Training Plan
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G9 Events for 2018
G9 CycleBar Charity Event: Cycle for GOLD
Run from the Taxman 5K, 10K, 1/2 Marathon
Mother's Day 5K, 10K, 1/2 Marathon
Father's Day 5K, 10K
Independence Day 5K, 10K
Lake Country Triathlon
Watermelon Day 5K, 10K, 1/2 Marathon
Watch for many more events coming in 2019!
G9 raises awareness to fight childhood cancer through growing GOLD. Pediatric cancer not only affects the child, it impacts their families, friends, the community and those who dedicate themselves to caring for those with the disease.
“You can’t win the battle against this awful disease with just the people who are trying to fight it, that’s like trying to win a war with only the wounded.”–Annie Bartosz-G9 Founder