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Caroline Fund 5K Run/Walk, Sept. 16


The 4th Annual Caroline Fund 5K Run/Walk supports brain and spine tumor research, as well as helps the Caroline Fund provide both emotional and financial support to local patients and families affected by the hardships of cancer. 

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The Caroline Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was established in memory of Caroline Vandemark, 22 of Caldwell, NJ, who lost her battle to an aggressive form of brain cancer called glioblastoma multiforme. She maintained a positive attitude throughout her journey with cancer and the Caroline Fund hopes to help others do the same. 

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Please join us on Saturday, September 16 to run brain cancer right out of town! Positivity cures! 

The fun doesn't stop there -- Join us for a celebration after the race for beers and burgers at the Cloverleaf Tavern, featuring live performances by Jake Arch! 

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Sponsor the race: Becoming a sponsor is a great way to gain visibility for your business in the local community through countless promotional opportunities and the chance to be featured on runner t-shirts, water bottles, bags, banners, race day program, and more. Visit for more information. 

Race Day Vendor Tables: Set up a vendor table for your organization, product, or family-friendly activity at our race. Contact us at for more information. 

Volunteer at the race: Visit to fill out the form.

Make a donation: Visit 

Positivity cures! 

Starts: 09/16/2017 at 9:00am

Ends: 09/16/2017 at 12:00pm

Address: 219 Bloomfield Avenue

Venue: St. Aloysius Church

City: Caldwell

Zip Code: 07006

State: NJ

Contact Person: Julia Tomkins

Phone: 973-722-4736





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