Events

With the aim of achieving an objective to successfully raise awareness on breast cancer, celebrate and honor survivors who have fought the disease, Run For A Cure Ghana, organises the following annual events.

2017 Edition 5K Run-Walk For a Cure Africa Ghana
Saturday, September 30th, 2017

Run/Walk Day Schedule

 

6:30 to 7:15am– registration table is open
7:30am– opening ceremonies and warm-up
8:00am (prompt)– 5km run/walk begins

 

How to register

In person at any of our  registrations points:

  • Koala Shopping Centre Airport, from September 18th until September 29th (10AM to 2PM Monday through Friday)
  • Lincoln Community School –LCS, from September 18th until September 29th (for association members only) every morning and afternoon at drop off/pick up time.
  • There will also be same day registrations from 6:30AM to 7:15AM at the race venue.

Online registrations are now closed. You can still register at Koala this Friday 29/9 from 10am to 2pm or at LCS on the same day of the race from 6:30AM to 7:15AM
   

Costs

Registration includes bib and T-shirt.
Water and snacks are included and will be provided to all participants during the race.

Adults18 years and olderGHC80
Children5-17 yearsGHC40
Childrenunder 5Free(no bib or shirt will be provided)

 

The 5K Run/Walk for a Cure

This is our main fundraising event 5k run/fitness walk inspired in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure©, the world’s largest and most successful education and fundraising event for breast cancer. This 5k run/walk, has now become a traditional event in Ghana, bringing hundreds of enthusiastic participants of all ages, from all walks of life and with one purpose – To raise awareness, celebrate survivors and honor those who have fought the disease.

Awareness and Free Breast Screening For Women

This is an ongoing event we organised at least three (3) times quarterly. The aim of this event is to engage women of different ages in unreached communities in Ghana, who due to stigmatization, lack of adequate education and other limiting cultural factors, have not been able to get the right education on Breast Cancer.