Camp Casco’s first annual Run/Walk for Cancer Survivors will unite community members through a family-friendly 5K celebrating local cancer survivors. 100% of funds raised will directly support our annual summer camps and family engagement events throughout the year, creating lasting support networks between families impacted by childhood cancer. All cancer survivors participate free!
Standard Registration starting January 1st:
- Adults (18+) - $35.00
- Kids (17 & Under) - $20.00
- Virtual Runner (Support from afar. We'll ship you a bib & race t-shirt) - $35.00
Kids under 5 and cancer survivors of all ages run for free! All participants receive a complimentary t-shirt.
Click "Sign up to fundraise" during the registration process to become a Fundraising Ambassador for Camp Casco! Your personal fundraising page can be sent to your family and friends so they can pledge donations in support of your participation. This is not required to participate, but is a great way for your virtual cheering section to support you and Camp Casco at the same time!
All participants who fundraise at least $100 will receive a full refund of their registration fee. Prizes will be awarded to our top raising individuals!
100% of funds raised through our first annual Run/Walk for Cancer Survivors will directly support our summer camps and family services throughout the year, creating lasting support networks between families impacted by childhood cancer. Become a sponsor of this family fun day, gain recognition for your charitable efforts in the community, and give more local children the gift of camp in 2018.
Take the MBTA Orange Line to its southern end – Forest Hills. Turn left as you pass through the turnstiles. Exit through the door marked “Arnold Arboretum.”
Take the #39 bus to the South Street and Custer Avenue stop in Jamaica Plain (just after the monument stop). Walk back a few feet to the intersection and turn left on Custer Street. At the end of Custer Street (three blocks) you’ll be facing the Arboretum.
Parking is available outside the main entrance, along the Arborway, and around the Arboretum’s perimeter.
For more information, visit the Arnold Arboretum website.