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by Brenna Surette   |   July 25, 2017

ZERO’s Run/Walks in Seven Snapshots

I joined ZERO’s marketing team this summer as an intern, and one of the first projects I have taken the reins on is sorting thousands of ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk photos. For someone who is new at ZERO, going through all of these pictures gave me a sense of how impactful these Run/Walks are!

See for yourself: these photos radiate positivity. Here’s a glimpse of seven of my absolute favorites from this spring.

This ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk – El Paso participant embodies positivity, and she wasn’t the only one. The entire atmosphere in El Paso for this first-year race was uplifting with so much to celebrate. Along with the amazing feeling of passing the finish line, together participants raised more than $65,000.
Caregivers give such incredible support to their loved ones struggling with prostate cancer. At this years Capital Area Run/Walk, we celebrated caregivers with purple sashes to recognize all the work they do.
Drive for Men’s Health doctors made their way across the country to raise awareness and celebrate Men’s Health Month. They ended their trip in Salt Lake City and joined the fun at the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk!
There were so many different teams at the different ZERO Run/Walks, including Team Rekt’ Em, who brought the energy to the Raleigh event. All the teams carried so much excitement that really set the tone. As a bonus, the different costumes and creativity are so amazing!
Keeping families together is at the heart of ZERO’s mission to end prostate cancer. This photo from the Father’s Day race in Washington, D.C. really showcases what our Run/Walks are all about – ensuring men have more time with the ones they love.
Adorable is an understatement to describe all the kids at our Run/Walks this year! It just goes to show: people of all ages can join in the fight against prostate cancer!
This is one of our Team ZERO endurance athletes and ZERO’s Heroes, Randy Kam. Randy is a Stage IV prostate cancer patient who joined us for our LA race. He’s also a ZERO champion who has run more than 140 marathons (several while still on chemo!). Randy’s passion for spreading the message of the importance of early detection is so inspiring – as is his positive attitude and willingness to help however he can. He – and men like him – are who we’re fighting for.