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EndBrainCancer Special Events Throughout the Year
The EndBrainCancer Initiative sponsors various events throughout the year. Our supporters also stage events to help individual patients and to assist us in our work with patients. If you would like to be notified of upcoming events, please join our mailing list at right.
2022 National HOPE Award – Now Accepting Nominations!
The winner of our 2022 National HOPE Award will be announced at our May 19th “Know All Your Treatment Options” Virtual Event. If you haven’t registered for this event, you can find more information about it below. Click HERE to read more about the National HOPE Award and get to know previous winners!
“Know All Your Treatment Options” Educational Meeting/Event – May 19th 2022, 11am – 1pm via Zoom.
To learn more about this fantastic event and take a peak our our Keynote Speaker please click HERE.
9th Annual Head for the Cure 5K – July 9th, 2022 (Seattle, WA)
The first Head for the Cure 5K was held in Kansas City in 2003. Since then, more than 125,000 people have joined our efforts to defeat brain cancer step by step! In addition, over 30,000 donors have supported our 5K participants. Together we have raised $20 million in our fight against brain cancer! For more information on the Seattle Event, please click HERE.
GBM Awareness Day – July 20th – 2022
On July 22, we will come together for the second annual Glioblastoma Awareness Day (#GBMDay) and raise the national consciousness about everyone’s stake in finding a cure. Join us to honor GBM patients, families, and caregivers, as well as recognize the tireless work of researchers and medical providers.
#Giving Tuesday 2022
Tuesday, November 29th, 2022 Giving Tuesday, often described as a global day of giving or a global generosity movement, is held each year on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. Since this first annual day of giving in 2012, nonprofits in the United States have raised more than $1.9 billion. In 2019, nonprofits in the US raised more than $500 million dollars online alone.
Seattle Brain Cancer Walk
Sunday May 1st, 2022 – Seattle Center -Fisher Pavilion
Click HERE for more information on this annual event in downtown Seattle.
National Family Caregivers Day
Friday, February 17th, 2023
National Caregivers Day is observed on the third Friday in February — on February 17th next year. The day honors individuals who selflessly provide personal care, and physical- and emotional support to those who need it most. There are different types of caregivers who are not just limited to the health sector. The types are: family caregiver, professional caregiver, independent caregiver, private duty caregiver, and informal caregiver. Some of them are not always paid, which is why it is essential to appreciate and thank them for their long-term commitment.
The Bellingham Brain Cancer Walk
The Bellingham Brain Cancer Walk is the inspiration of the late Hannah Dashiell, whose grandfather Jerry Jerowski, died of brain cancer in 2007. Hannah did not get to see her dream to completion. In early January 2014, a tragic car accident took Hannah’s life. Her fellow classmates, family friends, and members of the community have taken it upon themselves to see Hannah’s dream brought to completion. The 2019 walk is a tribute to Hannah’s life and an honor to her family. Part of Hannah’s vision for the Bellingham Walk was that it would become an annual event for the city of Bellingham. It is our hope, too, that this walk would continue to be a tribute to Hannah and her family, a service to the community of Bellingham, and an event to support a Cure in our Lifetime. Download Event Brochure
Barn Bash to Give Cancer the Boot
Date TBA for 2022. Barn Kestrel, West Linn, OR. Doors open at 4:30p. Save the date to join Megan Patton and Friends in this blowout celebration of TWENTY FIVE YEARS of living with a brain tumor. Country music, line dance lessons, great food and amazing company. All proceeds go to further the mission of the EndBrainCancer Initiative who continue to be a source of support and guidance for Megan in her brain tumor journey. If you are unable to attend personally, Megan invites you to make a contribution in her honor. All proceeds go to the Megan Patton Fund which she has established to support the Mission and “Direct Connect” Program of the EndBrainCancer Initiative. Your contribution means a lot to Megan personally as it provides vital services to other patients facing similar challenges, while at the same time fueling research.