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Events allow the public to experience the mission of Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) firsthand. By recruiting new donors, celebrating major gifts, and honoring a challenge to meet goals through radio-a-thons, athletic competitions, bake sales, art exhibits, etc. Huntsman Cancer Foundation (HCF) events reiterate that everyone can do something!
Huntsman Hometown Heros
The Huntsman Hometown Heroes program is designed to help participants reach their endurance goals while raising much-needed funds for cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Participants agree to raise a minimum amount of money while receiving a guaranteed spot in some of the best events in Utah.
In December 2012, Sigma Chi designated the Huntsman Cancer Foundation as its sole preferred philanthropic partner and have committed to raising $10 million dollars for cancer research here at Huntsman Cancer Institute. This generation of Sigma Chi’s is determined to be the generation to end cancer.
Golf Tournament, Gala, and Survivorship Celebration
Huntsman Cancer Foundation and the Executive Council invites you or your business or foundation to exclusive summer and fall outings to solidify bonds and reenergize your spirit. These events gather like-minded leaders in our community to fund cancer research and education to relieve the suffering of cancer patients and hopefully prevent some cancers altogether.
The Annual Huntsman 5K and Kids FunK is a family-friendly fun run benefiting Huntsman Cancer Institute and groundbreaking cancer research. The 5K run begins and ends at Fort Douglas on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah. To date, Huntsman 5K and Kids FunK participants have raised over $350,000 for cancer research. 2017 date is to be determined.
The Annual Huntsman 140 is a non-competitive bike ride benefiting Huntsman Cancer Institute. Choose between a 30, 55, 75 & 140-mile distance - and ride through the finish line at Fort Douglas on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah. Join a team, create your own, or ride solo and add to the over $1 million dollars raised so far for cancer research. The Huntsman 140 will take place June 17, 2017.