$1.7 Million
and counting!

Run for Ovarian Cancer

Mother's Day 2016 race raised $218,729 and counting!

Over 650 runners and volunteers attended the London 5 km run and 1 km walk to raise money and awareness for ovarian cancer.

Participants who care and our wonderful corporate sponsors have put us one step closer to raising our second million dollars by 2017. The money goes to pay for local research at London Health Sciences Centre.

It's not too late to donate because we're still counting! Click on Sponsor a runner to donate now.

Read how our 14-year achievement of over $1.7 million is helping researchers uncover the mystery of this silent killer.

Since 2006, money raised has been dedicated to research right here in London, focused on early detection and to discovering a cure for ovarian cancer. The money goes directly toward the Translational Ovarian Cancer Research Program.

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 run in 2003 was far more than a resounding financial success. It was a personal triumph for Ann Crowley and the cancer survivors who joined us on the stage to celebrate the raising of over eighty five thousand dollars. Ann lost her valiant fight against cancer two months later.

See you on Mother's Day 2017!


Local efforts for ovarian cancer tests and research June 9, 2016

Part of research breakthroughs right here in our city July 22, 2015

On track with 2014 proceeds: $197,073! October 28, 2014

Recordbreaking total for 2013: $208,958! October 29, 2013