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Grab your sneakers and lace them up tight because we’re going in for the fight!

On November 19th, we’re back at Muri Okunola Park for Run For A Cure 2016 to raise awareness and funds to support the treatment of those suffering from cancer. Hosted by Child Survival and Development Organisation of Nigeria (CS-DON), the Run For A Cure initiative began in 2009, with the help of the wonderful people who turn up in the thousands each year, over 600 women have been provided with free cryotherapy screening and treatment for cervical cancer, and many women and children with cancer have received treatment support.

In 2016, with funds raised, CS-DON plans to expand its reach to other parts of the country through awareness events and partnership with teaching hospitals and other cancer awareness and advocacy organisations.

This year, you too can be a part of the movement! You can participate as an individual or register in teams of 8 or more to enjoy a special discount. We’ve got tons of prizes and trophies to be won including fastest male and female, largest team and best team t-shirt design.

Register today at or visit our office at 1D Club Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria. Your registration fee covers your race essentials and gives you a pass to the Race after party filled with all kinds of fun for the whole family.

Adults – N5000 | Children – N2000 | Teams – N3500 each.

Join us on November 19th as we stand together and Unite Against Cancer!

We hope to see you there!

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