Walk for Myeloma Miracles 2019

First Annual Walk for Myeloma Miracles

 
March 9, 2019
Central Park, Rancho Cucamonga
Walk Begins at 9 am

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Date: March 9, 2019
Where: Central Park, Rancho Cucamonga
Registration: Online $35, includes t-shirt
Day of Registration fee $40, t-shirt not guaranteed
Onsite Registration begins at 8 am
Walk Time: 9 am

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Please join the local Inland Empire and Inland Valley WARRIORS battling Multiple Myeloma at their First Annual Walk for Myeloma Miracle fundraiser at Central Park, RC on March 9, 2019. 

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Multiple Myeloma is dedicated to raising community awareness, funding critical research and providing programs locally and nationally for patients and caregivers. 
 
International Myeloma Foundation is a non-profit public corporation, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization in the State of California. 
Multiple myeloma is a complex (and often misdiagnosed) cancer of the bone marrow that attacks and destroys bone.  In the United States, there are over 1,000 new cases of myeloma diagnosed each month.  In the past 30 years, there has been a dramatic (400%) increase in the incidence of multiple myeloma.  Once a disease of the elderly, people in their twenties, thirties and forties are now being diagnosed with myeloma.

 
If you would like to raise funds and participate in the walk, please click the registration button. 

Online registration closes on March 5th. 


In-Kind Donations as well as monetary donations are greatly appreciated.  We also have sponsorship opportunities available. For more information, please contact our Chairperson, Pam Poliakoff at (951) 201-5993 or by email at littlegeneralpam@verizon.net
Thank you in advance for contributing to the International Myeloma Foundation. 

 

Mail in your donation to: 
International Myeloma Foundation 
Attn: Suzanne Battaglia 
12650 Riverside Drive
Suite 206, North Hollywood, CA 91607

Please notate in the Memo Line: Myeloma Miracles
All proceeds to benefit the IMF, providing education and research dollars to help myeloma patients and their families.