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Participating in the 13.1 Mile Walk – Saturday, June 10th
Whether you are walking, volunteering your time or celebrating your survivorship, we hope that you will join us for a community event like no other. 100% of What’s Raised Here Stays Here! Walkers enjoy a beautiful and scenic walk through local neighborhoods. Click here for the LI2Day 13.1 Mile Walk Route
If you can’t walk, but still would like to participate by raising money you can register as a “Virtual Walker.” You will have access to all of the fundraising tools and tips. There is NO REGISTRATION FEE.
Breast Cancer Survivors and Survivors of All Cancers
Survivor Registration opens April 1 and closes May 5
On Saturday, June 10, 2017, survivors are invited to join LI2DAY walkers for lunch and a celebration of survivorship and closing ceremony at the Smith Point County Park Marina. The uplifting day culminates with a emotional march across the Smith Point Bridge.
Please Note: Parking is at Smith Point County Park ONLY, LI2DAY will provide the only transportation to the Marina for survivors only.
Click to register as a Survivor. Please note that if you are a survivor and participating in the LI2Day 13.1 Mile Walk you do not need to register here. This is for survivors who are joining us for lunch and the celebration at the Marina.
When you register to walk and commit to raising funds you give Long Islanders hope as they battle cancer. Form a team, train with a friend or join one of the many LI2Day training walks. Check with your company as they may participate in a Matching Gift program which can help double your fundraising initiative.
A $75 non-refundable registration fee is used to cover walk expenses enabling 100% of the donations you raise go directly to our beneficiary organizations. Walkers commit to fundraising $500 (that’s 20 people donating just $25!) Refer to our fundraising tab for fundraising tips and inspirational stories. If have a question please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (631) 863-2329.