Grateful patients, friends, and families often ask what they can do to further the fight against sarcoma and help support medical research that will lead to improved treatments. You can help win the fight against sarcoma by supporting medical research that can help conquer this disease. Continued financial support helps us maintain our tradition of excellence in patient care and speed the discovery of new cures.
In support of finding a cure for sarcoma, we established a dedicated United Way charity code (55975) through which donations will be routed directly to the Johns Hopkins Sarcoma Program. Please specify United Way code 55975 on your United Way donation form.
2014 Finish Sarcoma 5K Walk Event
Benefiting Sarcoma Patients and Supporting Sarcoma Research
Finish Sarcoma - is an annual family fun event, held in the fall, to raise money in support of the Johns Hopkins Sarcoma Program.
"Finish Sarcoma" - 2012 Family Fun Event
2012's Sarcoma Family Fun event was success despite the rain raising $25,000 for the Sarcoma Program at the Johns Hopkins Cancer Center. Many teams, patients, families and friends came out to walk and raise awareness for sarcoma research.
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Stick it to Sarcoma- is an annual, round-robin lacrosse tournament hosted by the Johns Hopkins Women’s Lacrosse Team to raise awareness of sarcoma and raise funds for the program.
Second Annual Blue Jays "Stick it to Sarcoma" Fall Play Day
Members of the Johns Hopkins Sarcoma Program participated an exhilarating day of Division 1 Collegiate Lacrosse as the Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse team took on UMBC, Mount St. Mary's, and George Mason in a round-robin tournament known as the Blue Jays "Stick it to Sarcoma" Fall Play-Day. This was the second annual tournament, raising over $17,000 this year. The event was held on October 27 at Homewood Field at the Johns Hopkins University campus.
Supporters of this tournament included the Baltimore Ravens, the Baltimore Orioles, ABC 2 News, Fox 45 News, STX, Inside Lacrosse, the Towson Times and more. All proceeds benefitted the Hopkins Sarcoma Program.