CNK Events Around the Country
Canines-N-Kids Foundation events will be held around the country, and will be listed in the Calendar below, Also, through the power of an incredible community grassroots network, there endless opportunities to hold or attend an event in support of our mission to end canine and childhood cancer! To see if there is an upcoming event in your area, or to learn about holding your own Team CNK event, please go to the Team CNK Upcoming Events link.
Canines-N-Kids "Paws for a Cure" Summit
The Canines-N-Kids Foundation's First Annual Conference: "Paws for a Cure" Summit was held in Washington, DC from June 11-12, 2017. This Call to Action meeting, the first of its kind, brought together veterinary and pediatric oncologists, translational researchers, industry, policymakers, patient advocacy groups and the media to review opportunities, challenges, new scientific advances and medical applications across the spectrum of cancers common to canines and children - leveraging comparative oncology. A "Blue Ribbon Panel" of experts will now review recommendations made at the Summit and determine priorities and direction for funding, research and action to advance better medicines and a cure for both of these vulnerable patient groups.
We expect to future meetings at regular intervals to review the status quo and establish a barometer of progress toward our goal to end canine and childhood cancer, and a call to action for the year ahead. If you have questions, please email email@example.com.
Two By Four Race Against Childhood & Canine Cancer is COMING SOON!
It's time to start training! Lace up your running shoes, grab a leash and join the fun on the morning of Sunday, October 1st, 2017 in beautiful Brambleton, Virginia. Two and four legged athletes will race to crush cancer in the first annual Two By Four Race Against Childhood & Canine Cancer! Canines-N-Kids Foundation is partnering with the Smashing Walnuts Foundation to host this unique timed 5k race and un-timed 1 Mile Dog Jog/Fun Run to raise awareness of and funding for cutting edge research in the cancers that kids and pet dogs BOTH develop, notably brain cancer, osteosarcoma, lymphoma and leukemia.