ZERO Prostate Cancer
Run/Walk 2017

Saturday, June 10, 2017
Dunkin Donuts Park
Hartford Yard Goats Stadium
1214 Main Street
Hartford, Conn.
9 a.m.

The 2017 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk - Hartford features a 5K run/walk, Kids' Superhero Dash for Dad, and virtual Snooze for Dudes program. Stick around for the family-friendly post-race celebration. Participants will receive tech shirts, free food, and the opportunity to connect with others who are impacted by prostate cancer.

ZERO is proud to partner with Hartford HealthCare Tallwood Urology & Kidney Institute to end prostate cancer. The funds raised from ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk - Hartford are invested around the country to provide research for new treatments, free prostate cancer testing, and educate men and families about prostate cancer. A portion of the proceeds will also benefit the Hartford HealthCare Tallwood Urology & Kidney Institute to be used for community prostate cancer education programs and PSA testing health fairs.

You may register online, in person during early packet pickup, and on race day. To donate to the event, register for a team, register as an individual, or to be an event sponsor, please visit the 2017 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk - Hartford page.

About ZERO 

The ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk is about coming together, raising funds and sharing hope to declare one number above others: ZERO. ZERO focuses on making a difference in the lives of men and families fighting prostate cancer. From funding research for a test to distinguish aggressive from slowing growing disease, to providing educational and support resources to at- risk men in your community, ZERO’s mission is to end prostate cancer. At ZERO, 94 cents of every dollar donated goes toward lifesaving programs, so you can be confident of the direct impact your participation has in your local community.

The ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk series is the premier program of ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer, the leading national nonprofit organization with the mission to end prostate cancer. To learn more, please visit www.zerocancer.org