Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk

GBM Sluggers

Welcome to the GBM Sluggers Fundraising Page!

We are uniting in support of the National Brain Tumor Society's efforts to provide critical funding for research and discovery of treatments for brain cancer and are inviting you to join us in this cause.

We will be participating in the 2016 Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk benefiting the National Brain Tumor Society on Saturday, May 21st, at Crissy Field, located at 1199 E Beach, San Francisco. The Walk begins at 10:30am with full programming beginning at 9:30am and ending at 12:30pm. This is a 5K walk (approximately 3 miles).

How you can help:

Join the GBM Sluggers (aka Joe’s Team)! You can register to walk by clicking the Join Team button on the right side of this page. Registration for the walk is $25 (this is the minimum amount to participate, but you can donate more if you would like to).

If you are unable to make the event but would still like to donate, you can click the Donate Now button instead – also on the right side of this page -- or you can click on any Team Member’s name and make your donation from that individual’s personal page. Either way, the money goes to the same place and your gift will contribute to the Team’s fundraising total. (Also note that if you click an individual’s name you will be able to read anything they may have written on their page—some team members have customized their page and some haven’t.)

Also, two of my colleagues from work, Reed and Ellie, will have a pop-up shade tent and will be providing some light refreshments for everyone to share. If you want to join the team and guard our water and snacks instead of walking, your help “holding down the fort” would be most welcome!

Hope to see you there and thank you for your support!

Appreciatively,

Joe & Amy

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National Brain Tumor Society is fiercely committed to finding a cure for brain tumors. They are aggressively driving strategic research; advocating for public policies that meet the critical needs of the brain tumor community; and providing comprehensive patient, family and caregiver resources. Your support ensures this important work will continue.

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http://events.braintumor.org/bay-area-brain-tumor-walk/