On Friday, April 4, 2014 Head for the Cure presented a $65,000 check to KU Cancer Center.
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Join us for our 2nd annual HFTC at Busch Stadium Day on June 15, Father's Day!
Buy your tickets today! Go Cardinals!
Expansion best describes what’s been going on at Head for the Cure this spring! We added five events this year – for a total of ten in 2013– and added a new staff member to the team! Dae Smith joined the staff full time in May as a coordinator. To date, we have held six events, including two new this year! Each event has been successful and exciting, and we can’t wait for the next four!
BTTC ANNUAL MEETINGThe sixth annual Brain Tumor Trials Collaborative (BTTC) meeting was held on February 8, 2013 in Houston, TX. Over 80 members discussed the expanding portfolio of BTTC studies (9 either open or in the pipeline). The BTTC is a growing network with the expertise and the desire to participate in state-of-the-art clinical trials investigating new treatments for malignant brain tumors.
Head for the Cure is grateful once again for the participation of our media partners for the upcoming Metro KC Head for the Cure 5K, August 24. Helping us promote the 5K and bring awareness to our fight against brain cancer are Wilks Broadcasting radio stations, MIX 93 and KC 102.1. Both stations began promoting our flagship 5K Run this past weekend. We urge you to tune into MIX 93 and KC 102.1.
The newest location of Stroud's opened in Overland Park on July 2 bringing delicious pan-friend chicken to south Johnson County. Before they opened the doors to the public, Stroud's welcomed six local non-profits for soft opening give back nights, providing an opportunity to train the staff while supporting some great causes. The Head for the Cure Foundation was honored to be one of the organizations chosen and joined over 200 local HFTC supporters for dinner on June 30.
Thanks KCTV5 for a great interview! Watch Matt Anthony discuss yesterday's HFTC at the K!
Whether you're volunteering, sponsoring a race team or establishing a memorial, getting involved with HFTC is easy, rewarding and it might just work. Thanks.