Dust off your takkies and stretch out those muscles and get ready to Lace-Up for Cancer!
COUNTDOWN TO LACE-UP FOR CANCER 2017
IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED YET, NO STRESS! YOU MAY ENTER THE DAY BEFORE THE EVENT (4 FEBRUARY) AT SPORTSMAN WAREHOUSE RONDEBOSCH/TYGERVALLEY BRANCHES BETWEEN 10AM – 5PM.
The Hospice Palliative Care Association (HPCA) and Cancer Alliance in partnership with Cancer Care** will be hosting the annual Lace-Up For Cancer Fun Walk / Run on Sunday 5th February 2017 at the Green Point Track (Fritz Sonnenberg Road), Cape Town.
This will be the 5th instalment of what has become a favourite for fitness enthusiasts and people who have been affected by cancer, coming together to raise much-needed funds for various charities supporting cancer patients, survivors and their families.
“The event serves as an opportunity for the HPCA to meet one of its core objectives i.e. promoting quality in life, dignity in death and support in bereavement for all living with a life-threatening illness,” HPCA Communications officer, Eric Watlington, said.
The Cancer Alliance is the beneficiary of the event which is a collective group of non-profit organisations advocating for better care & support for cancer patients and their families. The organising committee has representatives from:
- The Sunflower Fund
- Love Your Nuts
- People Living With Cancer
HOW TO ENTER
Participants can choose between a 5km fun walk/run or the 10km fun walk option.
Entry fee cost R100 per person or R300 for a team of four.
Participants can register instore at Sportsman Warehouse Rondebosch & Tygervalley. Alternatively, register online at www.justonline.co.za (Online entries close Sunday 29 January 2017).
For more information call 021 633 0507
Notes to Editors
*Lace-Up for Cancer 2017 is being organised and facilitated by Itheko Events Management.
**Cancer Care was previously known as GVI Oncology.
***A media kit (photographs, sound bites, press release) is available on request
Please refer all media interview queries to:
Mr Eric Watlington
Communications Officer: HPCA
Mobile: 079 953 3003
Ms Shanaaz Ebrahim
Project Media Communications
Mobile: 078 377 7117