Join DanversCARES for a community walk event to promote awareness of substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery.
Join us for the 7th Annual Gourmet Gala
Hosted by Billy Costa of NESN’s Dining Playbook and KISS 108FM.
An evening of delicious food from area restaurants, spirited entertainment and a lively auction. All proceeds benefit cancer treatment and programs at North Shore Medical Center and the Mass General/North Shore Cancer Center in Danvers.
|7:30 AM||Registration / Donation Drop Off|
|8:45 AM||Opening Ceremonies|
|9:00 AM||6.2 Mile Walk Begins|
|10:00 AM||3 Mile Walk Begins|
|11:45 AM||Closing Ceremonies|
Lowell General is gearing up for the 17th annual TeamWalk for Cancer Care on May 22, 2016.
Funds raised enable Lowell General Hospital to provide assistance, support, and services to help people feel better, build confidence and instill hope throughout their battle with cancer. TeamWalk funds make a difference in the lives of cancer patients by paying for medications, nutritional supplements, wigs and prostheses, support groups, skilled nursing visits, transportation, mini-grants, and supportive services to patients of all cancer types.
Registration, volunteer, sponsor, team photos and WALK wear tents open at Salem Willows Park
Welcome and warm up
Refreshment tent open to walkers
All walkers are encouraged to take the provided shuttles from Shetland Properties. There is no public parking at Salem Willows Park.
Shuttles are available from Shetland Properties starting at 7 a.m. The last return trip to Shetland from Salem Willows Park is at 12 noon.
Salem Willows Park is located less than two miles from the intersection of routes 114 and 1A in Salem.
Restrooms and water stops are available to walkers along the route.
Wilderness Heals is a pledge hike that builds and engages a community of supporters to raise money for the Elizabeth Stone House families and individuals.
The three-day, all-female hike covers several parts of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Wilderness Heals route options offer a range of trails accessible to individuals with varying levels of experience including a backcountry camping option. Hikers spend three days hiking and two nights at Appalachian Mountain Club huts, which provide beds, blankets, dinner and breakfast. The backcountry camping option affords hikers the opportunity to experience the wilderness in a supportive environment. Participants on this leg pitch tents and cook their own food.
Round-trip transportation between Boston and the trailheads is provided. Hikers are required to participate in one training hike, attend a Mandatory Safety & Logistics meeting and raise a minimum of $1,500.
Any woman who wants to meet the physical, emotional, and fundraising challenges of the hike is welcome to participate! This includes: seasoned hikers and new hikers, outdoor enthusiasts and newbies to nature, survivors of domestic violence or trauma and their supporters, and anyone seeking the opportunity to embark in adventure and camaraderie while raising money for an amazing cause!
Become a Virtual Hiker! Unable to join the three-day hike on the mountain? You can still move mountains! Learn more about Virtual Hikers.
Registration closes on Thursday, June 23, 2016.
A great day of golf at the beautiful Hillview Golf Course in North Reading, MA. The event will include a 4-person scramble, BBQ lunch, an awards reception and raffle following the golf. Registration will start at 7:00 AM and golfing will begin at 8:00 AM with a shotgun start. Lunch will begin approximately at 2:00 PM. Cost is $135.00 per golfer. For non-golfers and spouses of golfers, there is a lunch only option for $50.00 per person. Registration Ends July 29th.
- 2016 Honda Accord or Civic
- 2 Round-trip Domestic Airfare Tickets
- Set of Callaway Clubs
- Large Flat-screen TV
A Reason To Ride 2016 – Fighting Cancer
- Date: 9/11/2016
- Location: 75 Sylvan Street – Danvers, Massachusetts (NEW LOCATION!)
- Event type: Cycling & 5K Walk (NEW FOR 2016!)
- Every registered participant will get a free t-shirt and a free BBQ lunch provided by Fuddruckers
- Fundraising goal: $150.000
- On-site registration on Day of Ride opens at 8AM for Ride and Walk for t-shirt and bib # pick up
- Fuddruckers hosts a Fundraiser on Saturday night, September 10, 2016 from 5-8PM at Fuddruckers in Reading for registration, t-shirt pick up and bib # pick up. 20% of all sales that night are contributed back to The Ride!
In 2008 grateful patient and brain cancer survivor Tom DesFosses found “A Reason To Ride”. Tom was diagnosed with primary CNS lymphoma, a cancerous brain tumor, in 2007 Tom rode his bike over 750 miles thru New England. In 2008, Tom started “A Reason to Ride”, an annual bike-a-thon through the North Shore that raises critical funds for cancer care and research at BIDMC.
To date, A Reason to Ride bike-a-thon presented by Fuddruckers raised over $650,000. We were and continue to be grateful for the generous support of those who donated, volunteered, and participated in the Ride.
Plans are underway for the eighth annual A Reason to Ride presented by Fuddruckers! This year’s event will be Sunday, September 11, 2016. The ride will start and end at 75 Sylvan St. in Danvers, MA. Festivities kick-off at 8:00 a.m., and participants are given the choice of a 10, 25 or 50 mile ride through the scenic North Shore towns of Danvers, Wenham, Ipswich, Essex, Gloucester, and Topsfield. The day is full of music, food, raffles, and activities for the whole family. This year will mark our forth annual trike-a-thon for youngsters interested in participating in this fun day. Click here for more information.
The Topsfield Fair, America’s oldest and finest agricultural fair, has run every fall since 1818.
The fair features The Grand Parade, demonstrations (ranging from beekeeping to miniature trains), a Grange Museum, pumpkin weigh-offs, all of your favorite fair food, many musical acts and attractions, the 4-H Agricultural/Arts and Crafts exhibits and so much more.
Visit www.topsfieldfair.org for tickets & schedule.
The North Shore Cancer RUN is a meaningful way to participate in a race while helping local patients at the North Shore Medical Center and the Mass General/North Shore Cancer Center. Runners can choose between a 5K or a 10K road race beginning at the Beverly Cove Community Center. The race winds along the coast along scenic Route 127 in Beverly and finishers are treated to delicious treats at our post-race party.
2016 North Shore Cancer RUN long sleeve tech shirts are free to first 150 regsitrants or to anyone who raises $100 or more.