About the Warrior Walk
This annual event celebrates cancer survivorship. Even after you finish your run or walk, we hope you’ll stick around for food and fun! We’re working hard to make sure this event is a good time for the whole family. This year, in addition to the 5K, 10K and 1-mile walk, the event features:
- - A 5K, 10K and 1-mile walk
- - Scott Spezzano from 98.9 The Buzz as emcee
- - Live music from The No Name Band
- - Bounce houses and obstacle courses
- - Food trucks on site (Bring your wallet!)
- - Survivorship information from community groups
For details on the race course, see the event homepage. Check out the video below from last year to learn what the Wilmot Warrior Walk is all about or read a few inspiring stories about area cancer patients, survivors and Wilmot staff.
Sponsorships make the Wilmot Warrior Walk possible. Cancer is something that impacts us all – our family, our friends, our co-workers, our clients, our neighbors. By partnering with us for this event, you’re helping find new and better treatments for cancer. You’re also assisting thousands of area cancer survivors with the challenges that arise from survivorship. As a business sponsor, you’re aligning yourself with a regional and national leader in cancer research and care. You’re showing the community you want to do something to fight cancer, and you’re ensuring cancer survivors can celebrate life during this event. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities:
To sponsor, contact Tiffany Paine-Cirrincione at tiffany.paine@Rochester.edu or (585) 276-4715.
I can't attend but want to help.
Thank you for your willingness to give back. Here are some ways you can lend a hand:
» Support a friend or family member who’s participating by giving through their team or individual page.
About Wilmot Cancer Institute
UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute is the Finger Lakes region’s leader for cancer care and research. As a component of Strong Memorial Hospital, Wilmot Cancer Institute provides specialty cancer care services at the University of Rochester Medical Center and a network of locations throughout the region. The Institute also includes a team of 100 scientists who investigate many aspects of cancer, with an emphasis on how best to provide precision cancer care.
About Judy DiMarzo Cancer Survivorship Program
Established at Wilmot Cancer Institute, the Judy DiMarzo Cancer Survivorship Program helps those who have been diagnosed with cancer receive the care they need even after treatment ends. Cancer survivorship experts staff the program, which works to help patients to better understand the treatment they’ve received, guides patients toward programs that can help them in life as a cancer survivor, explain possible signs and symptoms of disease recurrence, among other areas. The program was made possible by a gift from Judy’s Fund Hope for Cancer Survivors, established by Richard DiMarzo after the loss of his wife, Judy, to lymphoma.