SAN ANTONIO – UPDATE: A record-setting number of runners took part in the 2019 Head for the Cure 5K Run/Walk and helped raise more than $85,000 for brain cancer research, the latest numbers show.
Nearly 1,100 participants ran early Saturday to inspire and motivate the local community of patients, families and friends, all wishing to help eradicate the disease.
Those that would still like to donate to the cause can for 60 days. If you would like to donate to Head for the Cure, click here.
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Head for the Cure's mission is to raise awareness and funding to inspire hope for the community of brain cancer patients, their families, friends, caregivers and other supporters while celebrating their courage, spirit and energy.
"Head for the Cure means so much to us at KSAT because Jim Boyle meant so much to us as a news director," said Mario Orellana, assistant news director at KSAT12. "Jim was a one-of-a-kind leader who set a high standard of journalistic integrity and unparalleled success here at KSAT that continues to this day. Help us continue his and the legacy of all those who have suffered from brain cancer by signing up for the Head for the Cure 5K."
San Antonio Head for the Cure 5K Run/Walk
- Date: Saturday, Sept. 28
- Location: Providence Catholic School
- Time: Race begins at 8 a.m. (runners in the front, walkers in the back)
To get $6 off registration, use promo code TWOWEEKS (case-sensitive). The code ends Sunday, Sept. 22.
If you would like to donate to Head for the Cure, click here.
For more information about Head for the Cure, please visit headforthecure.org.
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