A Weekend in New York

What a weekend!
We headed up to the Big Apple to cheer on our Cancer to 5K and New York City Marathon runners.

Cancer to 5K

Our Cancer to 5K program provides 12 weeks of free training for cancer survivors to complete a 5K road race.  After their Dash to the Finish Line race we gather all our Cancer to 5K runners & marathon runners for a luncheon.
Our New York team has been around since 2014, in part thanks to the funds raised by our marathoners each year.
Check out a few stats from this season.
Cancer to 5K Survivors
Cancer to 5K Sherpas

NYC Marathon

This year we had a huge group inspired to take on the world’s largest marathon.
After getting to the city, we treated our marathoners to a luncheon where they had the chance to meet our Cancer to 5K New York team. The funds raised not only support Cancer to 5K – but all of Ulman’s services, like keeping Ulman House free for patients and families.
Marathon Runners
Miles Covered
Head to our New York Marathon page if you’re interested in running with us next year.
Marathon Interest


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