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Join us for Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer ™ Detroit, Michigan
January 28, 2021 at the Frankenmuth Rink at Campus Martius Park
Here's How To Get Involved!
Participate and Fundraise in our Virtual 5k
1) Sign up for FREE by clicking here
2) Raise or donate $25 by July 1, 2020 and we'll send you a branded water bottle and a race bib to use as you complete your 5k!
3) Grow our community by asking your family and friends to sign up with you or donate to your page.  Post about our shared cause and invite others to join you on social media!  
4) Complete your 5k at your own pace during the month of July.  You can bike, walk, run, blade, swim, go solo or in a group - any way you'd like to complete your 5k!  Mark your progress on your page so your supporters can cheer you on!
5) The Top 2 fundraisers as of August 1, 2020 at 9am EDT will have an opportunity to interview Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton via Zoom!

Fundraising will continue into 2021.  Stay tuned for future figure skating and hockey opportunities and incentives! 
We appreciate your patience as we work to plan celebratory events that protect your health. 

Support a Participant by Donating 
By donating to a Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer™ participant's fundraising goal, you are not only supporting them but providing crucial research funding for the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation.  Your donation today will help us continue to stand in the gap and advance survivorship and quality of life for cancer patients everywhere.

A portion of the net proceeds from this event will stay local and support our Charity of Choice, the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute. 

Karmanos Cancer Institute, headquartered in Detroit, understands that beating cancer means bringing together the best.  With 16 locations throughout Michigan and proudly a part of McLaren Health Care, Karmanos is the largest cancer care and research network in the state.  Karmanos is among the nation’s best cancer centers, offering one of the largest clinical trials program in the nation and giving patients access to more than 250 promising new treatments often not found at other hospitals or health organizations. Its long-term partnership with the Wayne State University School of Medicine enhances the collaboration of critical research and academics related to cancer care.