Join the Fxck Cancer Reaching For The Cure Team!

Join the Fxck Cancer team for the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation’s Reaching For The Cure race on Sunday, March 24th. We will be racing in honor of our little warrior, Teddie, who has been brave & resilient through her fight with cancer. She is our why and together we fight for the young ones in the ring with pediatric cancer. #TogetherWeFight

Use the following link to register and use promo code FCANCER at checkout for 15% off your registration fee:

Fxck Cancer Team Registration

All who register under the Fuck Cancer team, will get a black Fxck Cancer logo t-shirt to race in with the Reaching For The Cure race logo on the back. We want all the Fuck Cancer team members to walk the 5k race together, in our black team shirts, to show our support for the young fighters, thrivers, and in loving memory of the ones we’ve lost. We’ll have a Fxck Cancer team tent, onsite, as the meet up point on race day.

You can also race the half marathon, 10k, and/or 1k and then join us for the 5k walk after at no extra registration fee.

Make a statement with us this March and help us Reach For The Cure!


Our little warrior, Teddie…

“It was 4 years ago in August (’23) that my husband Brett and I woke up early in the morning for what the doctors called a routine 6 minute “rule out” MRI for Teddie having some random headaches right after her 3rd birthday. Those 6 minutes turned into 15, then 30, then 45, then an hour….my husband tried to reassure me to stay calm and maybe they got backed up. I called my mom, who tried to calm my nerves as well. After an hour… panic started to set in, I asked to talk to someone…anyone!
It wasn’t for another hour that someone came out and we heard the words that would change our lives forever, “we may have found a reason for her headaches”.

“Over the next few hours we met with radiologists, doctors, surgeons, brain surgeons. After attempting to digest this information while Teddie lay still under anesthesia in front of us they told us to go home and they would be in touch in a few days with next steps. We didn’t want to leave, we wanted our baby to stay under the watch of experts. The next few days we traveled in and out of Boston for opinions and second opinions. One week later we went back in for Teddie to have a brain tumor biopsy and chiari surgery, where they removed her top vertebrae of her spine to relieve pressure. Her surgery went into early hours of the morning. After a scare during the surgery we found out that all went well. Exhale. The first hurdle of this nightmare was over.”

“Recovery wasn’t easy and two weeks later we were back for Teddie to get her port placed in and her first round of chemotherapy. Over the next 379 days, 33 chemotherapy treatments, 6 middle of the night trips to the ER, 3 bouts in the PICU, her body could not take treatment anymore so we moved to what they call the “wait and watch” stage. We have been in this stage getting MRIs every three to six months. Teddie is the epitome of being strong, brave, and resilient. She lights up every room she walks into with her spunky personality!”

-Genevieve, Teddie’s Mom