Ride or stride a few laps, but remember… it’s NOT a race!
Formerly known as the 24 Hours of Booty, this fun event features food, live performances (Rob Dixon, Brett Wiscons, etc.), survivors parade and more.
Spencer Lueders, 24 Foundation, Founder, and Tom Gospel, 24 Foundation, Indianapolis Board Chairperson, tell us about 24 Indianapolis.
June 28 at 7 p.m. – June 29 at 7 p.m.
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The eighth annual 24 Foundation event returns to Indianapolis on Friday, June 28 and runs for a full 24 hours through Saturday, June 29
Almost all, if not all of us, have been affected by cancer at some point. Many 24 Foundation participants ride or stride for a reason – his/her own battle with cancer, in honor of a loved one or in support of someone
Here’s a link to the full schedule of events: https://www.24foundation.org/indianapolis/event-schedule/
Event will be held at Butler University with walkers and riders raising funds for the IU Health Simon Cancer Center, Franciscan Health Cancer Center Indianapolis, and The LIVESTRONG Foundation. In addition to these primary beneficiaries, several other non-profits receive funding each year to support cancer navigation and survivorship programs in our event cities and beyond
All funds aren’t used for research efforts but to directly impact the lives of local people
Those who want to ride and stride (separate paths) can still register – in addition to event volunteers