WIFS Northeast Florida invites you to join us for WIFS Virtual 5K
What: Imagine the Cure, WIFS Virtual 5K Run
Why: Please join us and participate in this fun virtual run to support Ovarian Cancer Awareness month, September. A portion of your registration will be donated to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, a special organization focusing on research that leads to a cure for this disease.
How: This is a virtual race, so run or walk wherever you are, on your own or with other WIFS members and friends. You can even complete the race on a treadmill. Each participant should record and email your time to
following the completion of the race. Share your training with the tag #imaginethecure.
When: Saturday, September 13th
Where: Everywhere! You map out your own course.
Who: Race is open to anyone! Run on your own or join forces with your local WIFS Chapter, co-workers or friends to do the run together.
Cost: $39.95; this cost includes a medal to share your accomplishment and a portion will go to our charity, the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.
Each participant will receive a special Imagine the Cure medal to honor your completion of this exciting run. Medals will be presented at our annual conference October 22-25, Imagine the Future. If you do not attend the National conference, you will receive your medal via mail in early November. Contest for most spirited chapter, most participation and much more!
About the Charity:
Ovarian Cancer Research Fund
Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF), founded in 1994, is the oldest and largest charity in the United States funding ovarian cancer research, and ranks third in overall ovarian cancer research funding. The mission of OCRF is to fund scientific research that leads to more effective identification, treatment, and ultimately a cure for ovarian cancer. Thanks to the generosity of individual donors, foundations, and corporate partners, their investigators are developing innovative strategies for early detection; exploring the genetics that increase risk for ovarian cancer; understanding the underlying molecular biology of the disease; identifying new and better targets for treatment; and deciphering how and why ovarian cancer spreads, and how to stop it.