DASH for Detection

DASH for Detection is a family friendly 5K walk/run that takes place along Chicago’s magnificent lakefront. Whether you’re a runner, jogger, team leader, volunteer, or cheering spectator – at the end of the day, you’re a catalyst for change, and a supporter of early detection pancreatic cancer research.


DASH for Detection June 2, 2018:

The Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation is pleased to announce the 2017 DASH for Detection 5K Walk/Run for Pancreatic Cancer Research will be held at Chicago's Montrose Harbor! Come Saturday, June 2 the race for early detection is on!  The walk/run will be routed along Chicago’s Lakefront Paths and will begin and end at Montrose Harbor. This will also serve as DASH headquarters for all pre and post race activities.  

DASH for Detection is a family friendly event with plenty of activities, including a Kid’s Dash.  All DASH for Detection routes are handicap and stroller accessible. Dogs allowed!

You can register for DASH for Detection as a solo participant, or as part of a team.  Either way, once you’ve signed up you’ll have access to a fundraising page, where you and/or your team can enlist the support of sponsors who will help you reach your fundraising goals. 

Prizes will be awarded to teams that raise the most money, recruit the most participants, and medals to those who finish with the best race times.

REGISTRATION NOT YET AVAILABLE - KEEP CHECKING


EVENT DETAILS:

WHEN:

Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 9AM 

WHERE:

Montrose Harbor
601 W Montrose Avenue
Chicago, IL 60613 (map it!)
*Venue pending final approval by Chicago Park District

PRICING:

Details to come - keep checking

PACKET PICK-UP:

Details to come - keep checking

PRIZES:

The Team that raises the most money (corporate dollars not eligible) and the Team with the most participants.

SPONSORSHIP:

Want to sponsor this event? Details to come!


Presented by the Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation Board of Directors:
2018 Event Co-Chairs: Corey Goldberg and Jim Rolfe
2018 President, Board of Directors: Jim Rolfe