• Annie Schuster

Philly Runs Free 2020

With healthcare costs, especially related to cancer care, rising at exponential rates across the country, families are forced to make tough decisions. Legacy of Hope believes that no one should have to choose their medical bills over providing for their family.

Legacy of Hope is proud to partner with Motiv’s Philadelphia Love Run for the second year as part of Philly Runs Free. Runners who sign up to participate in the Love Run Half-Marathon or 7K on March 29, 2020 and raise $200 for Legacy of Hope will have their registration fee automatically refunded.

“Last year, we had 350 runners from all over come together to support the Philadelphia cancer community. They raised $131,000 in the process,” says Mike Rowe, CEO and Founder of Legacy of Hope. “The show of unity was inspiring and uplifting for anyone involved in the fight against cancer.”

Runners can visit www.phillyrunsfree.com to register for the Love Run Half-Marathon. When prompted, select “Philly Runs Free Opt-In.” All runners who opt-in are still eligible to run with their home team and will be prompted to join that team during the registration process.

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Legacy of Hope is based in Philadelphia, and exists to provide emergency support for those fighting cancer and expedite new cures through strategic funding. Our focus is providing emergency patient support to Philadelphia’s most financially distressed cancer patients through a network made possible by partnerships with major hospitals and local organizations. Often described as the Emergency Medicine of patient support, Legacy of Hope steps in when patients and families have exhausted all other resources, and no longer have the capacity to provide themselves with basic necessities. Legacy of Hope’s funding expedites new cures by leveraging the knowledge of Philadelphia’s most experienced researchers and clinicians to select and fund Philadelphia’s brightest cancer researchers.

(c) 2020 Legacy of hope, inc.


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