14th Annual Miles for Myeloma 5K Run/Walk
Redefining Being Together
1500 Patterson Ave Philadelphia, PA
April 30, 2022 8:00 am
Miles for Myeloma Virtual 5K Run/Walk is going to Redefine Being Together as we come together once again toward our common goal of Finding a Cure for Multiple Myeloma.
Be a Part of the Cure and Donate Today!
Thank you to everyone who participated either virtually or in person. As our founder Brian Novis said "One person can make a difference, two people can make a miracle". Thank you all!
Donations are still being excepted.
Here is the link for the race day results: https://www.runtheday.com/results/summary/66504
Virtual results can be found here: https://www.runtheday.com/register/virtual_results/66504
Our Tribute Path is for those who would like to pay tribute to a loved one who has either passed away, is living with multiple myeloma or someone that has touched your life in a positive way. Your personalized Tribute Path sign will include the name of the loved one you are honoring and an optional photo. You will be able to view our Virtual Tribute Path Here. You will also be able to view our In Person Tribute Path at FDR Park. Your purchased sign will be automatically at both virtual and physical locations.
Special Raffle: Rosie
“Rosie” is an 11” x 14” original collage in a white and gold double mat. She is surrounded by block printed cutout layers of paper and roses make of paper from handmade stamps. The matted collage is sized for a stock size frame.
Donate $5 or more for a chance to win Rosie. Winner will be announced after the In Person Race.
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Questions about the Philadelphia Multiple Myeloma Networking Group,
Click HERE to visit their webpage.
What is multiple myeloma?
A cancer of the bone marrow plasma cells.
Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the bone marrow plasma cells. It is synonymous with "myeloma" and "plasma cell myeloma." Plasma cells make antibodies against infectious agents such as viruses and bacteria. A cancerous or malignant plasma cell is called a myeloma cell. Myeloma is called “multiple” because there are frequently multiple patches or areas in bone marrow where it grows. To learn more about multiple myeloma and the International Myeloma Foundation please visit, myeloma.org
Sponsorship Opportunities Are Available, To Learn More Contact Ilana Kenville at firstname.lastname@example.org
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