Grand Canyon Extreme Challenge – Meet Our Team
Meet the incredible Reach Athletes who are heading to Grand Canyon National Park for an intense hike from rim to rim of the canyon.
Reach Athletes Crush Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon
Reach Athletes ventured to wine country to run the Napa-to-Sonoma Half Marathon. Together, they raised more than $86,000 for cancer patients!
Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon – Meet Our Team!
Reach Athletes are running the 2019 Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon. Their dedication to our mission to eradicate Cancer-Related Financial Toxicity is inspiring. Learn about them today!
Reach Athlete Holiday Challenge: Hit the Gym for a Good Cause!
Our 2nd Annual Holiday Challenge brings together people of all fitness levels to push their physical limits while raising awareness and funds for families struggling with the financial burden of cancer.
Official Runners Selected to Run the 123rd Boston Marathon
On April 15, 2019 nearly 30,000 runners will take on the 123nd Boston Marathon but only 5 incredible runners – Maria, Megann, Eric, Jon and Kristine – will be running on behalf of Family Reach through our official partnership with John Hancock’s Marathon Non-Profit Program.
IronMan Participant Kris Finds Motivation in 14-Year-Old Cancer-Fighter Emma
Kris is no stranger to what it means to be a Reach Athlete. On behalf of Family Reach, he has competed in the Boston Marathon,
Napa-to-Sonoma Half Marathon Series: Mothers of Our Cancer Fighters Share Their Running Motivation
Reach Athletes Rina and Shauna are not unfamiliar with the courage and heartache that accompanies a cancer journey, as they have each seen their child experience it first-hand.
Napa-to-Sonoma Half Marathon Series: Meet Cancer-Warrior and Reach Athlete Becky
A New Yorker, crafter, athlete, gardner, mom and wife, Becky has a full schedule. But when Amanda Bruneau, her close friend and Community Engagement Manager at Family Reach, told her about our Napa Valley half marathon, she knew it was an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.