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See below to access our COVID-19 Resource Hub, and to explore our growing directory of both COVID-19-specific and virtual volunteering opportunities.
COVID-19 Event Rescheduled/Postponed: Due to rising concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), ZERO has made the decision to reschedule the Rockland County Run/Walk. The Run/Walk will now take place on Sunday, October 18 at our originally planned venue, Rockland Lake State Park.
Due to the gravity of the present global public health issue, ZERO must do our part to act responsibly and protect our community. The safety of our participants, volunteers, community, and staff is our top priority.
If you’ve already registered, your registration will be moved to the new date automatically.
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While COVID-19 has transformed our world, one thing will never change: we’re coming together on October 18 to support patients and families through this crisis and celebrate community.
We need you more than ever! Whatever format changes may come, the funds you raise will provide direct help for patients who have nowhere else to turn during this crisis. Our Run/Walks now have two options, so that everyone can to participate safely:
Virtual: Take action to fundraise: at home, in your neighborhood, or around the community, the only limit is your imagination! Then join us on October 18 for an inspiring day of celebration, support, and honoring patients, survivors, and caregivers.
In-Person: As of today, in-person Run/Walks are still planned with additional measures to ensure participant’s safety in October. If stay-at-home orders require the Valley Cottage Run/Walk to become fully virtual, all run/walker participants will be automatically converted to a virtual participant and their registration fees will be displayed as a donation on their personal pages.
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Neutralize the devastating impact of prostate cancer on men, families, and society by promoting increased financial, scientific, and personal investments in prostate cancer research; convincing people to make prostate cancer a national health priority; and creating a national community of committed advocates to beat the disease.
ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer is a strong and committed non-profit grassroots coalition. We are cancer advocates, medical professionals, prostate cancer survivors, and their families, and other caring and dedicated individuals who are willing to stand up and demand that prostate cancer research - research that can lead to a cure - receives the funding it needs and deserves. ZERO helps to educate the public about prostate cancer and engages communities in effective advocacy to meet the challenge of increasing federal and state investments in prostate cancer research.
Rockland Lake State Park299 Rockland Lake RdValley Cottage, NY 10989
May 13, 2020