Terry Fox Run

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Terry Fox Run

Please read more about the Terry Fox Run here.


Ten Reasons to Participate in the Terry Fox Bike, Run, Walk

  1. to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society.
  2. To help find a cure for cancer.
  3. to honor the vison of Terry Fox and his Marathon of Hope.
  4. To learn the geographical route that Terry fox traveled.
  5. To help realize Terry's dream.
  6. To take up Terry Fox's challenge. "We need your help. The people in cancer clinics all over the world need people who believe in miracles." Terry’s Letter Requesting Support For His Run.
  7. to help others understand the devastating affects of cancer.
  8. to join with other Canadians and other people around the world to help a worthy cause.
  9. To help people stay in shape and to improve their fitness.
  10. To make new friends as we share a common goal.