Watch this hopeful and inspiring story about what a difference our run has made from a true local survivor.
Our run opening ceremonies on May 7 had more inspiring survivor stories, performances by local artists, a warm-up with Goodlife Fitness and updates from London's Translational Ovarian Cancer Research Program.
You can still donate to the run and make even more of a difference.
If you catch a glimpse of one of these t-shirts around town, that means you've just seen someone who raised over $200 for the run!
The Run for Ovarian Cancer started simply with a group of fitness friends and a discussion over coffee in September 2002. Ann Crowley was still reeling from her diagnosis of ovarian cancer when she became committed to raising awareness about this devastating disease.
The first event in 2003 was far more than a resounding financial success. It was a personal triumph for Ann Crowley and the cancer survivors who raised over $85,000.
Help continue Ann's legacy and help us beat this year's total. We hope to see you in person on Mother's Day 2022!