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Johns Hopkins has events throughout the year to educate the public about cancer and to provide cancer screenings, particularly to minority and underserved populations in Baltimore. In addition, we host several annual events, and many community organizations and corporations hold events to benefit patients, research, and clinical care at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.
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When: June 5 - October 9, 2013
Every Wednesday from 10 AM - 2 PM ( Concert from 12-2 PM)
Where: Science and Technology Park at Johns Hopkins - Ashland Avenue & North Wolfe Street
Great food, fresh produce and live music.
Stand Up To Cancer funding totaling more than $6 million to Johns Hopkins investigators was awarded in May 2009. The grants, established by the Entertainment Industry Foundation are funded with $73.6 million raised during a simultaneous primetime television broadcast on ABC, CBS and NBC television networks in September 2008. Two awards to Johns Hopkins-led teams were chosen by a 20-member panel of scientists, physicians, and patient advocates who reviewed more than 200 applications. A second broadcast, featuring Dream Team members from Johns Hopkins, was aired on September 10, 2010.
The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center is honored to host National Cancer Survivors Day each year. Patients and their families, along with faculty and staff, are invited to attend this celebration of life. Held each year on the first Sunday in June at the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Building, the event includes inspirational speakers, resources for cancer survivors and their families, children's activities, music and refreshments. The 2013was held Sunday, June 2 from 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Directions and Parking Info Here.
The world's game is fighting the world's toughest opponent. Red Card Cancer is a call to action uniting the soccer community and the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center towards a cure for cancer. Proceeds from DC United soccer ticket sales and merchandise benefit the Kimmel Cancer Center.
Swim Across America (SAA), a national non-profit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for cancer research, prevention and treatment through swimming-related events around the country. The 2013 open water and pool swims will be held on September 22 , with an open water swim starting from the Waltjen Shedlick Farm in Gibson Island Harbor and a pool swim at the Meadowbrook Aquatic and Fitness Center in Mount Washington. Proceeds benefit the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. Find out more about the Swim Across America Lab at Johns Hopkins and how you can join this year's swim!
Each year, 25,000 people attend the B'More Healthy Expo at The Baltimore Convention Center. Our team of experts provide information about colon cancer, breast and prostate cancers, head and neck cancers and more. Look for the next expo on our Events Calendar.
Patients and families are invited to this free annual event held each April.
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Komen Maryland and its volunteers serve the state by providing educational services and materials; organizing fundraising events such as Komen Maryland Race for the Cure; and awarding grants to programs that increase access to quality breast health care, including free screening, transportation to appointments, financial support, appropriate diagnostic testing and a wide range of follow-up services.
The Avon Walk for Breast Cancer is a two-day, forty-mile walk held in locations around the country. The Johns Hopkins Avon Foundation Breast Center participates each year in Washington, D.C.. The 2013 Walk will take place:
Take a walking tour of America’s capital and fight breast cancer! Sign up today for the Johns Hopkins team and get an up-close-and-personal view of some of our country’s most treasured monuments.
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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk funds lifesaving research and support for people battling cancer. Friends, families and co-workers form fundraising teams and millions of consumers help by donating at retail outlets. These efforts culminate in inspirational, memorable evening walks in over two hundred communities each fall across North America. The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center is a beneficiary of funds raised by Light the Night.
The two things that Maryland is famous for—the best of medicine and the best of lacrosse—are joining forces to take down childhood cancer. The 2010 MLL Champion Chesapeake Bayhawks take on childhood cancer as their first opponent of the season. On May 14, 2011, as the Bayhawks meet the Rochester Rattlers, they will be playing to raise vital research dollars and awareness for the pediatric cancer program at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.
See our Events Calendar for upcoming dates.