The Starry Night Run is a wonderful event held each fall that supports children battling cancer though the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Brain tumors are the most common form of childhood cancer cases. The evening includes a 5k and fun run as well as activities and a lantern lighting ceremony. We are proud to be a part of this event each year!
You may remember this lovely family. We featured Christopher’s story on the Alycat blog last year as we prepared to summit Grand Teton Mountain in support of Vs. Cancer and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
Watching young cancer survivors cross the 5k finish line is something incredible!
The night ends with a lighting ceremony. First, survivors light gold lanterns followed by the families of those no longer with us. Finally, Families, supporters and donors light lanterns for those children still battling for their lives. It is quite an emotional moment.