September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in the United States. Each year, Kaleidoscope of Hope holds walks to raise money and spread awareness about ovarian cancer in New Jersey. Our three annual walks are hosted in Morristown/Morris county, Lyndhurst/Bergen county, and Avon/Monmouth county.1. The Gail MacNeil Morristown Walk - Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016
Loantaka Brook Reservation, 468 South St. Entrance, Morristown, NJ
2. Avon Walk - Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016
On the Boardwalk at 600 Ocean Avenue, Avon-by-the-Sea, NJ
Sorry, no dogs allowed - Special Passing The Torch presentation (see below)
3. The Diane Castle Lyndhurst Walk - Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016
Richard W. DeKorte Park, Valleybrook Ave., Lyndhurst, NJ
Sorry, no dogs allowed
All walkathon sites open at 8:15 am for check-in and on-site registration. .
Announcements and Warm-Ups start at 9:00am
Walks begin at 9:15am. RAIN OR SHINE!
1, 3 and 5-mile routes at all walk locations!
$20 per individual 14 yrs of age and over
$10 per individual 13 yrs of age and under
$30 per individual with a dog ( Morristown location only)
DONATIONS COLLECTED can be handed in at the registration and check-in tables at the walks. You can also MAIL IN your collected donations (ensure your team name in included if applicable). ALL donations received will appear on our website and on individual and team pages if applicable. Checks made payable and mailed into: Kaleidoscope of Hope Foundation, PO Box 1124, Madison, NJ 07940
FOLLOWING OUR WALK IN Avon, New Jersey – KOH invites you to join us for a very special after our walk culminating activity – Passing of the Torch from Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month to Breast Cancer Awareness Month – a day of inspiration and hope.
Passing of the Torch highlights the hereditary link between ovarian and breast cancer, honors cancer survivors and those at high risk, remembers those who have lost their lives
to cancer, and recognizes families affected by cancer.
This awareness campaign and its related events also educates individuals
about hereditary ovarian and breast cancer, including the signs of a hereditary
syndrome, resources for assessing ovarian cancer risk, and information on
prevention and risk-management options.
A ceremonial flame is passed from an ovarian cancer survivor to a breast
cancer survivor marking the transition from Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month to
Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
WHEN: Saturday, September 24, 2016, 12 NOON (following the walk)
Where: the beachfront in Avon by the Avon Pavilion, 600 Ocean Ave.Avon, New Jersey