The Climb Against Cancer is an annual event held in September at Cranmore Mountain Resort. It has become symbolic of the hurdles that cancer patients, survivors, and their families must overcome to win the battle against cancer. Many people participate to celebrate survivorship; others come to commemorate the lives of those who lost the battle with cancer. And still others hike to raise money for their friends and neighbors who are being helped by Jen’s Friends. People of all ages participate, and many bring their four-legged family members.
The hike up and down the slopes of Cranmore Mountain is approximately three miles. Participants may choose to hike the entire or partial route.
Those who hike to the top of the mountain will be rewarded with picturesque views of Mt. Washington, the Presidential Range, Mt. Chocorua and the Moat Mountain range. They will also be entertained with live performances by local singers and dancers. Snacks and water are also provided.
After the hike, participants are treated to lunch and more live entertainment. Awards and prizes are also given out to the teams and individuals who raised the most money.
Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2017 Climb Against Cancer a huge success!
- 629 registered hikers
- approximately 700 total attendance
- over 120 volunteers
Together we raised over $120,000 to help support those in our community in their fight against cancer!
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20th Anniversary Jen’s Friends Climb Against Cancer
Saturday, September 16, 2017
|8:00 – 9:30am||
|10:00 am||Start of Climb|
|10:45 am – 12:00 pm||Live entertainment and snacks at top of mountain|
|12:00 – 1:30PM||Lunch, entertainment, awards at base of mountain|
There are three primary ways in which you can participate in the Climb Against Cancer:
Sponsors give money to help us offset the cost of our event expenses. There are several levels of Corporate Sponsorship available in Advertising, Financial or In-kind donations with benefits ranging from Publicity, Website links, Banner Display at events and more. [ Click Here ]
In Kind Donations
Individuals and businesses also provide products or services that will offset the costs of producing the event. Those who make in-kind donations give us items that we need for the event, so that we don’t have to rent or buy them. Examples are tents, food, and prizes. [ Click Here ]
Most of all, we want hikers! We want a lot of people participating in this special day. Hikers can participate in the Climb Against Cancer as individuals or as part of a team. As a participant in this event, you are not just a hiker, you are also a fundraiser! [ Click Here ]