We have 24 participants in the Grand Club!
Nice work Ruth, Mary,Lorraine, Phyllis, Laura, Anne, Robyn, Diane, Garth, Charles, Sandra, Barbara, Brittany, Teresa, Kimberlee, Andrea, Bonnie, Maureen, Jonathan, Anna, Beri, Daniel, Lisa and Cindy!!!!!!!!!!!
Fabulous job Grand Clubers!!
What a fabulous Climb!!! More people showed up than expected to save more lives from Cancer!!! Thank you everyone for making this Climb so amazing!!!!!
Don't stop now, keep saving lives by rasing more money!!!!
Finish the Fight!
Cancer never stops, so neither do we!!!
By supporting this event, you help make the American Cancer Society’s mission possible, and that helps us all move closer to our ultimate goal: a world with less cancer and more birthdays
American Cancer Society
Celebrates more Birthdays!
Climb to Conquer Cancer of Phoenix
South Mountain Park
10919 S Central Ave, Phoenix
Saturday, February 28, 2015, 7:00AM-12:00PM
208 teams & 3,609participants have raised $344,652.48
Total above may not reflect all participants, teams, and donations
There are still -3 days until climb
Climb to Conquer Cancer is a unique activity held by the American Cancer Society in our western states. It is a unique event that offers everyone in a community the opportunity to participate in the fight against cancer.
Climb to Conquer Cancer represents the hope that those lost to cancer will never be forgotten, that those who face cancer will be supported, and that one day cancer will be eliminated.
Climb to Conquer Cancer is a one day event, where teams of 8 to 15 people participate in a hike through beautiful mountain scenery, and take part in the festival area. Each team of 10 or more participants has the opportunity to submit their own artwork for the back of their t-shirts, and to participate in fundraising for the event. Our festival features entertainment, food, and a special celebration of cancer survivors.
Because Climb to Conquer Cancer is a non-competitive event, anyone and everyone can participate. Teams form from businesses, clubs, families, friends, hospitals, churches, schools and service organizations. These individuals all share a common purpose - their support of the American Cancer Society’s Mission.