2016 Fight it! 5K
Saturday October 8th, 2016
This 10K/5K/1K race and walk-a-thon is open to walkers and runners of all abilities…and their canine companions, too! This is a cross country trail so runners will appreciate a break from pounding their joints on concrete and asphalt and absolutely love this race.
We have options to run in person or VIRTUALLY - run the Fight It! 1K/5K/10K anywhere! All pre-registrants receive a tech shirt! All finishers (including virtually) receive a medal!
Register at www.fightit5k.com
Find us on Facebook or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Fundraise to win a Princess Cruise!
Have funds leftover on the card? Use it towards your bar bill, for shore excursions or for a massage on board! It's up to you!
Keep raising funds and help the BMCF FIGHT IT!
Bib Pick Up at Lululemon - Westfield Valencia Town Center
Pick up your bib, shirt and other goodies at Lululemon Athletica at the Patios at Westfield Valencia Town Center the day before the race!
Date: Friday October 7, 2016
Place: 24201 Valencia Blvd. #3440 Valencia, CA 91355
You can even register at bib pick up if you haven't already! We'll have your shirt ready for you right there!
Tuesdays in October- Wolf Creek Brewery Community Pints
That means every Tuesday in October Wolf Creek is hosting a party for the BMCF!
Each Tuesday is a different food truck and band at the brewery and 10% of all sales are donated to the BMCF! On top of that throughout the entire month, for every Golden Eagle Ale they sale in the Wolf Creek restaurant, the BMCF gets 50 cents!
That's a lot of money for young adults during their fight!
Stay tuned here and on the BMCF Facebook page for more info and mark your calendars for every Tuesday in October!
Thank You Sponsors!
Brenda Mehling Cancer Fund
Brenda was diagnosed with breast cancer in her late twenties, when she realized that the health care system was not equipped to meet many patients' day-to-day needs through months of treatment. Brenda and BMCF past president, Kieran Wong, founded the BMCF in February 2001.
Since the inception in 2001, it has helped 525 young adults, providing $329,631 in support services. Brenda built the Fund for young adults to maintain self-respect during months of treatment and minimize the stress of associated financial challenges. Even though she is no longer with us, we continue to work to fulfill her vision of a nationwide organization that helps young adults fight - and beat - the disease.