Kenosha walkers raise more than $37,000 to support local cancer care!

Just about everyone has been touched by cancer. So, for some of us who want to make a difference, we walk. We walk to support a friend or a close family member who has been affected by cancer.  And we recognize that no one should fight cancer alone.

One of the teams from the Lombardi walk to Tackle Cancer in Kenosha.

That’s why the Lombardi Walks to Tackle Cancer is a great way to support your family, friends, and neighbors who need your help in this fight. Last Saturday, walkers and supporters of the Lombardi Walk to Tackle Cancer in Kenosha made a huge impact… with close to 300 people attending the event at Simmons Field! Together, they raised more than $37,000 to support local cancer care, surpassing the walk’s goal!

Thank you to everyone who participated and donated to support the Lombardi Walk to Tackle Cancer in Kenosha– including sponsors like The Boldt Company, Grand Canyon University, Kenosha Kingfish, Nev’s Ink, and Aurora Medical Center Kenosha Medical Executive Staff.  CLICK HERE  to see more pictures from the walk!

There’s still time to be a part of the team that’s ready to #tacklecancer this June and July! There are several walks remaining, including the 30th annual Walk/Run in Milwaukee on July 22nd. Dollars raised will support local Aurora Cancer Care efforts and will receive a 50 percent match from the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation!

Go to lombardifoundation.org to register and start building your team!
Together, we are making a difference in the fight against cancer.

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