Goal $730,000.00

93%

of Goal

$676,310.89

Raised

PurpleStride New York City

Wage Hope at PurpleStride. The Walk to end pancreatic cancer.

04/08/2017 | Prospect Park - Nethermead East

PurpleStride New York City was a powerful and inspiring day! Together, we raised over $675,000 - thank you for your support!

To stay involved in the fight, please visit our Action Center to find ways to stay involved with the New York City Affiliate and community.

We will continue to accept donations online.

Race results are available here .

PurpleStride photos can be found here.


Race Results

Race results are now available!
Click the link here to view your time.


PurpleStride on People.com

At PurpleStride, there are many inspirational moments and stories to share! As such, we are pleased to share a special look into PurpleStride by People.com.
Click here to see their exclusive coverage on PurpleStride New York City!
Wage Hope at PurpleStride. The walk to end pancreatic cancer.


Special Guest

Ron Claiborne returns as our Special Guest for 2017! Claiborne is the news anchor for ABC News' weekend edition of "Good Morning America." In addition to his news anchor duties, he is a general assignment correspondent based in New York, reporting for "World News Tonight with David Muir," "Good Morning America" and “Nightline.” We are pleased to have him join us again this year!

To learn more about Ron Claiborne, click here.


Emcee

PurpleStride New York City welcomes Katrina Edorsson as Emcee!
Katrina comes from CBS's hit show, "Survivor," which she has competed on twice. She is attending PurpleStride New York City in memory of her father who lost his battle to the disease.
To learn more about Katrina, click here.


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Thank you to the Red Sox, Quincy Mayor, Thomas Koch, & Governor Baker!

Red Sox President, Sam Kennedy, Governor Charlie Baker, and Mayor of Quincy, Thomas Koch, all shaved their heads to raise funds for cancer research in the Saving by Shaving event. A total of $5 million was donated to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Read more about the event here.
Wage Hope at PurpleStride. The walk to end pancreatic cancer.

Top Individuals
  1 -  Raised $10,000 Jann Skelton ($17,000.17)
  2 -  Raised $10,000 Janice Katz ($16,614.00)
  3 -  Raised $10,000 Kinsey Fennebresque ($14,035.00)
  4 -  Raised $10,000 DIPAK THAKRAR ($12,000.00)
  5 -  Raised $10,000 Derval Whelan ($11,690.00)
  6 -  Raised $5,000 Mickey Singh ($8,736.00)
  7 -  Raised $5,000 Aye Win ($7,030.00)
  8 -  Raised $5,000 Rishi Mathur ($6,900.00)
  9 -  Raised $5,000 Siddharth Mathur ($6,381.00)
  10 -  Raised $5,000 Khushbu Kheti ($6,164.00)
Top Teams
  1 -  Elite Team Team Khushbu ($81,847.50)
  2 -  Elite Team David's Daredevils ($43,987.17)
  3 -  Elite Team Team Jane ($38,682.00)
  4 -  Elite Team Marathon Man ($36,250.00)
  5 -  Elite Team Team Ian: I'm a Believer ($33,703.00)
  6 -  Elite Team Cornerstone Macro ($26,973.53)
  7 -  Elite Team Stout NYC Group ($26,009.50)
  8 -  Elite Team Subhash Mathur ($24,661.75)
  9 -  Passion Team Sal's Pals ($14,694.00)
  10 -  Passion Team WarriorPammy ($14,110.00)

PurpleStride Photos

PurpleStride New York City 2017

National Presenting Sponsor

National Gold Sponsor

Gold Sponsors

Special Thanks