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On October 15th, Krav Maga Worldwide™ will be teaming up with STOP CANCER™ for the eighth annual Krav Maga Worldwide™ Fights Cancer Fundraiser—a 5K/10K Run/Walk.

All proceeds will be donated directly to the “The Marni Fund” in memory of one of Krav Maga Worldwide’s founders, Marni Levine (1969-2006), who passed away after a long and courageous fight against breast cancer.

To join the Krav Maga Worldwide team participating in the Run/Walk

If you would prefer to donate to Stop Cancer/The Marni Fund and not participate in the Run/Walk

Questions? Please call the Stop Cancer office at 310-841-2600.


Event Information

DATE: Sunday, October 15th
SCHEDULE: 7:00am (Booth activities), 7:45am (Warm-up), 8:00am (10K Race starts), 8:15am (5k Race Starts)
LOCATION: Woodley Park, 6350 Woodley Ave., Van Nuys, CA 91406

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Last year’s STOP CANCER 5|10K Run|Walk, drew over 1,000 participants and set the bar for 2017! Please help us raise dollars to support life-saving cancer research by joining our Krav Maga Worldwide team or supporting the event with a general donation. Our fundraising partners are coordinating a spectacular fundraising effort and will again share their talent, enthusiasm and commitment to paving the way to a cure of prevention of cancer.

FEES
5k          Adults - $45, Youth (14 & Under) - $35 
10k        Adults - $50, Youth (14 & Under) - $45

Please note, registration fees increase after October 6th. Click here for info.

Registration closes Saturday, October 14th at 5:00pm.

DRIVING & PARKING DIRECTIONS - STOP CANCER 5|10K takes place at Woodley Park Section I in Van Nuys

Address for Googlemaps:
Woodley Park (By Lake Balboa)
6335 Woodley Ave.
Van Nuys, CA 91406

For more EVENT INFO click HERE.

About Stop Cancer and The Marni Fund

Following Marni’s passing, Krav Maga Worldwide held it’s first “Fighting For The Cure” fundraiser, the proceeds of which helped plant the seed funding for The Marni Fund. Thereafter, a substantial Marni Fund three year research grant was awarded to Dr. Melanie Palomares at City of Hope. In subsequent years, as a result of growing support, additional grants were made to Dr. Sara Hurvitz at UCLA/Jonsson and to Dr. Christopher Haiman at USC/Norris.

Marni will be missed, but never forgotten.