LivingWell to Kick Off Annual Bridge Walk Campaign With Free Community Pancake Breakfast January 26 in Geneva
Learn how one person can make a difference in the fight against cancer by attending LivingWell Cancer Resource Center’s Bridge Walk kickoff party and pancake
breakfast, which begins 9 a.m. on January 26. The free event is for area residents interested in participating in the Center’s 8th annual 5K Bridge Walk, and will be held in Living Well’s new headquarters located at 442
Williamsburg Avenue, Geneva (corner of Williamsburg and Route 38).
The morning event will feature inspirational speakers and information about LivingWell’s Bridge Walk, including registration information, sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, team building hints, fundraising tips and more. Attendees may tour the attractive new
More than 2,500 walkers are expected to participate in the Bridge Walk, which will take place along the Fox River on May 18, with the objective of raising $275,000. All
proceeds go to fund the more than 60 programs and services offered free through the LivingWell Cancer Resource Center, a community-based, not-for-profit
facility. As the only comprehensive cancer care
resource available in the western suburbs, LivingWell is serving the needs of more than 12,500 people, providing services that encourage, educate and emotionally support
people living with cancer, as well as their family members, caretakers and friends. Living Well, which receives no federal or state funding, receives referral from 19 hospitals and 26 oncology practices.
For more information about the Bridge Walk Kick-Off Party & Pancake Breakfast or to RSVP, email email@example.com or call 630/262-1111. For more information about LivingWell Cancer Resource
Center, visit www.livingwellcrc.org.