Run for Gus presented by Deloitte

July 25, 2024 | Diversey Harbor

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We've Raised
$3528.3
 
 
 
 
Goal: $200,000
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RUN FOR GUS

The race to beat pediatric brain tumors.

You can play a role in advancing treatment and research for children with brain tumors. Our annual Run for Gus 5K Run/1 Mile Walk, presented by Deloitte, is your chance to raise important funds in support of the thousands of children battling brain tumors. The walk takes place at Diversey Harbor followed by an after-party celebration with food, music, and kid entertainment!

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WHY RUN

Gus Evangelides lost his battle with a brain tumor just three months shy of his second birthday. Now, his inspiring legacy lives on.

When you participate in Run for Gus, your donations directly support Lurie Children’s Brain Tumor Center. Lurie Children’s Brain Tumor Center offers highly specialized state-of-the-art care, while also providing patient support programs like Beads of Courage. It’s not always easy to fully capture a patient’s experience in words. This program encourages children to string together beads, each representing a milestone in their journey, helping tell their story of courage in a unique, tangible way. By joining us this July, you can honor Gus and support thousands of children battling brain tumors.

Your Impact
Top Individual Fundraisers
Shivani Bhagat
Raised $427.25
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Ryan Wipperfurth
Raised $296.98
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Charlie Mosser
Raised $285.00
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Gabby Kraus
Raised $210.68
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Jeffrey Raskin
Raised $120.00
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Top Fundraising Groups
Team Gabby - RFG
Raised $751.13
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Team Shiv
Raised $427.25
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Wip's Runners
Raised $321.98
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Rahul For Gus
Raised $277.26
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Team Lurie
Raised $245.00
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