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Thanks to you and the 10,000 runners, walkers, sponsors, and donors who participated in the 2016 Parkway Run & Walk. $1,151,423.33 was raised for pediatric cancer research and care at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

You can still help in the fight against childhood cancer by donating today.

Race Results




Top Teams and Fundraisers

2016 Parkway Run and Walk Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

View the Parkway Run & Walk photo gallery and look for photos of yourself and other participants at this year’s event.

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Why We Walk

Why We Walk & Run

Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death from disease in children under the age of 15. While researchers at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and many other pediatric cancer centers are making great progress in the search for a cure, they need more funding to continue their work.

The Cancer Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is an internationally recognized leader in pediatric cancer treatment and research. Patients and families come to CHOP from around the globe to receive the best available pediatric cancer care from some of the world’s top clinicians.

Not only are CHOP’s oncologists providing the most advanced treatments for pediatric cancers, they’re working every day to develop new therapies to treat children battling these devastating diseases, and addressing the late effects of cancer treatment felt by those who’ve won their fight.

Meet the Kids You’re Helping

Scared of the “C” word? These kids aren’t! They’re facing cancer head on and want you to do the same. Read the stories behind this year’s Ambassadors online. The 2016 Parkway Run & Walk Ambassador pages are proudly presented by the Chapman Auto Group.

Meet our Ambassadors

Ambassadors

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: Max’s story

Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumor: Jaxson’s Story

Hypodiploid Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: Hannah’s Story

Intracranial Germinoma: Aaron’s Story

Hypothalamic/Optic Pathway Glioma NF1: Abby’s Story

Osteosarcoma: Catrina’s Story