The B+ Foundation Events
Whether we are dancing the night away at UDance, cycling our hearts out at Spin-A-Thon or logging the miles at our annual 5k, the goal of every B+ event is the same — to fight childhood cancer! Proceeds from The B+ Foundation® events help us fund life-saving research, provide financial assistance to cancer patients and their families, and spread awareness about childhood cancer. Support our cause by attending B+ Foundation events or donating to a participant.
B+ School Events
Kids Helping Kids Fight Cancer™ is the basis of The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation®. Every year, across the country, college students, high schoolers, and even preschoolers raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer. These dedicated students create, host and promote the fundraisers on their campus.
From our 5K to our annual golf tournament, we host several fundraisers ourselves throughout the year. These B+ events allow us to continue our important mission.
Monday September 24, 2018
The DuPont Country Club
11:00am – Registration and Grilled Lunch
12:00pm – Golf Starts
5:00pm – Drinks and Silent Auction
6:00pm – Dinner and Winners Announced
April 7, 2019
Walt Disney World
Sign up to run the Star Wars Rival Run Half Marathon while spots last and raise a minimum of $2,600 to receive:
Domestic Airfare – Lodging – Free Registration – 2 day park tickets to Walt Disney World – Pre-race meal – B+ Running Shirt – B+ Running Coach – Finisher’s Medal – Personalized Fundraising Website – Fundraising Support – and more!
B+ Nation Events
Don’t worry if there isn’t a school event or a B+ event near you – there are many ways to help our organization. Support us while you shop or participate in one of the events below or learn about starting your own event.
Students from GWU, Boston U, NYU, Columbia and UMass, will have the unique opportunity to partner with Choose A Challenge USA to embark on exciting treks around the world (including Mt. Everest Base Camp, Machu Picchu, and Mt. Kilimanjaro) while helping The B+ Foundation fight childhood cancer.