Stroll for Sarcoma 2024

Welcome Friends

Join us this June for a month-long commitment to make a difference, one step at a time. “Stroll for Sarcoma” is a walking challenge dedicated to raising awareness and funds for sarcoma patient support. Whether you’re directly affected by sarcoma, know someone who is, or simply want to support a great cause, your steps can lead to meaningful change.

How It Works

  • Commit to Walk: Pledge to walk 2KM every day in June. You can walk your way—whether that’s in your garden, at the park, or on a treadmill. That’s 60KM of solidarity with those affected by sarcoma!
  • Register Online: Sign up through our form. Registration is straightforward, allowing you to join either as an individual or as part of a team.
  • Receive Your Pack: Opt-in during registration to receive a participant pack delivered to your door. Each pack includes a T-shirt and essential items to gear you up for the month’s challenge.

Every step you take helps us move closer to new discoveries and supports those affected by sarcoma. Beyond the physical health benefits of daily walking, participating in “Stroll for Sarcoma” gives you the power to make an impact. Let’s walk together for a future free from sarcoma.

Step 1. Name your team

Pick a team name, if you are taking part as an individual please pick an alias if you wish.

Step 2. Pick your team

Time to enlist people to join you on your stroll for sarcoma.

Step 3. Enter the address where you want the pack sent to.

Enter the postal address of where you want the registrant packs sent.

Step 4. Some Terms and Conditions

Please read the terms and conditions and then click Register

Terms and Conditions for Sarcoma Cancer Ireland Monthly Step Challenge

1. Eligibility

The challenge is open to all individuals who wish to support Sarcoma Cancer Ireland. Participants under the age of 18 must have parental or guardian consent to register.
2. Registration

Participants must register for the challenge through the official Sarcoma Cancer Ireland website or event page.
A registration fee is applicable, details of which are provided on the registration page. All proceeds go directly to supporting the charity’s objectives.
3. Duration of the Challenge

The challenge runs from the first to the last day of the specified month.
Late entries may be accepted at the discretion of the organizers but may not qualify for full challenge benefits or prizes.
4. Participation

Participants are to track their daily steps using a pedometer, smartphone, or any other reliable device.
Participants are encouraged to set a personal goal at the beginning of the challenge and strive to meet it by the end.
5. Reporting

Participants must submit their total steps weekly via the event’s online portal.
Failure to report steps regularly may result in disqualification from prize eligibility.
6. Fundraising

Participants are encouraged to fundraise independently or through a provided online fundraising platform.
All fundraising must be conducted in a respectful and lawful manner.
7. Use of Data

Personal information collected during registration and the event will be used in accordance with our privacy policy to manage the event and communicate with participants.
Participant consent for the use of their data for any other purpose will be obtained explicitly.
8. Conduct

Participants are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that positively represents Sarcoma Cancer Ireland and its mission.
Any behavior deemed damaging to the reputation of the charity or its objectives may result in disqualification.
9. Liability

Sarcoma Cancer Ireland is not responsible for any injuries or damages resulting from participation in the challenge.
Participants are responsible for ensuring they are medically and physically capable of participating.
10. Changes to the Challenge

The organizers reserve the right to modify the terms of the challenge or cancel the event in the face of unforeseen circumstances.
11. Prizes

Prizes will be awarded based on various categories which will be announced at the beginning of the challenge.
All decisions regarding winners are final and binding.
12. Governing Law

These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of Ireland.
Charity Information

Sarcoma Cancer Ireland
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20206638
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