Caryn Lubetsky is a Miami-based attorney, law professor, mother of three, nationally ranked runner,
cross-country coach, member of Team Chocolate Milk, four-time Ironman finisher,
ultra-runner, Guinness world record holder for most long distance triathlons hauling another person, 3-day 300 mile triathlon finisher, childhood cancer advocate and board member of The Childhood Cancer Project, is participating in the
12th annual KEYS100 Mile Individual Ultra-marathon on Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19, 2019
in support of
The Childhood Cancer Project.
The event will begin in Key Largo and finish in Key West on the Atlantic Ocean at Higgs Beach.
CARYN WILL BE COMPETING IN THE INDIVIDUAL 100 MILE RACE.
Please join Caryn’s mission, help her lead the way in treating and defeating childhood cancer.
The Childhood Cancer Project is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charity.
The Childhood Cancer Project's mission is to fund cancer research in order to save lives and improve outcomes for children affected by childhood cancer by being:
-the catalyst for pioneering research
-the trusted source of information
-the voice of the childhood cancer community
-a supportive network
-Working with research teams to develop research ideas
-Supporting proposals which are likely to win support from larger funding bodies
-Encouraging collaboration between research groups
-Encouraging interdisciplinary team work and partnership
The Childhood Cancer Project is looking for corporate sponsors who will be recognized for their generosity.
In return sponsors will:
ONE HUNDRED KEYS TO THE CURE ULTRA-MARATHON
The Childhood Cancer Project's mission is to raise $1000 per mile, through corporate sponsorship.
With the help and support of our committed volunteers, friends, and community, our goal,
is to raise $100,000 through the 100 Keys to the Cure event, with every dollar, going directly to
The Childhood Cancer Project, in order to fund life-saving, childhood cancer research.
Sponsorships are asked to sponsor one or more miles by donating in increments of $1000.
100% of all donations fund rare childhood cancer research.