Childhood cancer advocate, Competing For Hope supporter and 4-time Ironman Jessica Noack Baxter competed in the Ironman 70.3 Texas in Galveston to raise awareness and funds for Caleb Johnson, a child currently fighting brain cancer.
Please visit her event pagefor more details
From December 30th, 2014 through January 1st, 2015, Competing For Hope's Rafael ran 100 miles in the Snowdrop Foundation's 55-hour Ultra Race and Relay. He did this to raise funds for Snowdrop Foundation, and in honor of three children that earned their angel's wings this year. He also ran for other children impacted by cancer as well.
For more information and to support Snowdrop Foundation in Rafael's name, visit his Snowdrop Ultra 55 page here >>
We supported our fellow childhood cancer advocates at NFL/MLB GO GOLD as they visited Ronald McDonald House in Houston, TX on October 23rd, 2015. We provided a night of fun for kids and families.
Childhood cancer advocate, Competing For Hope supporter and two-time Snowdrop Ultra Marathon finisher Brian Ring ran every single day in March 2015 to raise awareness and funds for children fighting cancer.
Please visit his event pagefor more details
On October 3rd, 2015, runners from the Sulphur Springs, TX area honored the life and legacy of Micah Reed at the Lights of Life Half Marathon. Micah lost his battle with leukemia on September 11th, 2015. Visit Micah's page for his story.
The Competing For Hope relay team ran for 55 hours straight to raise funds for Snowdrop Foundation, a pediatric cancer charity that provides funds for research and scholarships.
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This was our first official activity as Competing For Hope. We visited Ronald McDonald House in Houston, TX just before Thanksgiving and provided an afternoon of fun for kids and families. We helped them make crafts and supported other activities.
We visited Ronald McDonald House in Houston, TX on September 25th, 2015 to provide a night of fun for kids and families. Checkout our recap page for highlights of our visit.
On Jan. 18th, 2015, two Competing For Hope athletes took on the Chevron Houston Marathon to remind everyone that childhood cancer is very real, not rare. They used this competition to show others that cancer's impacts are sudden and devastating to children and their loved ones. The marathon was dedicated to two special children as well as all children affected by cancer. Competing For Hope also used this event to raise funds for children currently fighting cancer in the Houston area.
Visit our 2015 Chevron Houston Marathon Page for more details