Colorful Nighttime Boise Walk for A Great Cause
Light the Night Walk
Ann Morrison Park
1000 N Americana Blvd.
October 1st, 5:30pm
“Taking steps to end cancer,” The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk is a great way to step out in the early-autumn evening air on behalf of a noble cause. Participants are encouraged to register as soon as possible and start raising funds for their walk right away. Host events, talk to family and friends, and bring as many as you can to this festive Boise benefit night in scenic Treasure Valley.
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Light the Night is all about positivity, raising awareness and funds for research and treatment. Blood-related cancers like leukemia and lymphoma affect people around the world, many of whom are children. That’s what makes fighting them such a pressing task. But it’s all within our reach, with cures and promising treatments advancing every day. That’s another part of Light the Night – it’s a testament of survival.
Shoulder-Shoulder with Survivors
Everyone who raises $100+ becomes a Champion for Cures, entitled to an exclusive t-shirt, a wristband for food after the walk, and is invited to carry an illuminated lantern. Putting the “light” in Light the Night, these lanterns tell the story of the event, each color bearing a special meaning. White lanterns signify survivors themselves. Red are carried by supporters, and gold by those who have lost loved ones to cancer. It’s this rainbow of color that makes the walk (and after-party!) an inspiring night to behold.