RESCHEDULED: 13th Annual GO Run - Virtual
It's the 13th year for the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute GO Run presented by the Catranis Family Charitable Foundation, and we are going virtual! That means you have the freedom to run wherever you'd like, whether it's on a treadmill, indoor track, or the great outdoors.
Where:Virtual: Run or walk wherever you'd like
When:Sep 24, 2020 - Sep 27, 2020All day
Cost:Event prices range from $15 to $75
RESCHEDULED FROM 9/17-9/20 TO 9/24-9/27
Due to many of our participants experiencing power outages and damage as a result of Hurricane Sally, we have decided to postpone GO Run to Sept. 24-27. You can upload your results starting Sept. 17 through September 27 if you decide to go ahead and run the event during it's original weekend.
It is no secret that our beloved teams are what make the GO Run so special. Every year, numerous teams are formed in honor of loved ones, in support of those going through treatment, and those running on behalf of their company. We love to see you show this support through matching shirts or costumes. Even though this is a virtual event this year, we hope you will still participate with a team. Each team will have the ability to post their fundraising page to social media to garner support from your own networks. Prizes will be awarded this year to the largest team, highest fundraising team, best social networking team, and most creative team costume. We can't wait to see all of you engaging through social media.
Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
University of South Alabama
Office of Development
650 Clinic Drive, TRP III Suite 1500
Mobile, AL 36688
To pick up your packet on Sept. 15, please register by midnight on Aug. 31. Those who register in the month of September automatically will have their packet shipped to the address given during registration. For those who prefer to have their packet shipped, there is an option to do so during registration. We look forward to seeing your race day photos with your GO Run shirts!
The event, entitled “Sickle Cell Disease, Practical Issues XVIII: What’s in Your Genes? The Promise of a Cure,” is devoted to educating healthcare professionals on sickle cell disease.
The Hope Cup Golf Tournament, presented by Springhill Toyota, is a four-person scramble benefiting the Melanoma and Skin Cancer Endowment at the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute.