24 Foundation exists to inspire and engage communities to make an immediate impact on the lives of people affected by cancer. We believe that the event is about way more than miles on the bike. It’s about honoring survivors, remembering the loved ones we have lost and making sure everyone has resources to fight cancer with everything they have.
We host a variety of activities throughout the event to highlight the mission of 24 Foundation. Check below for ways to get involved.
Visit the mission tent to talk to local and national beneficiaries, fill out luminaries and cards for the Wall of Hope, record a video for the person you ride for and learn how your donations are impacting the cancer community. Visit the mission tent in the expo area.
Help us light the course by filling out a luminary in honor or in memory of your loved ones. Luminaries will be located in the mission tent. They will be placed on the course from 10:00 pm – 1:00 am.
The first lap at 24 Hours of Booty is a parade lap to honor all of the survivors and cancer fighters on the course. Survivors will lead the way, followed by top fundraisers. Make sure your friends and family are on hand for this special lap!
Survivor, in honor of and in memory of bibs are available at the registration tent. Grab one (or several!), fill them out and wear them to let everyone know the reason you ride!
Representatives from Levine Cancer Institute, Levine Children’s Hospital and the LIVESTRONG Foundation will be on hand in the mission tent to talk more about the impact of your fundraising dollars. Stop by to learn how your fundraising is impacting the cancer community. Visit the beneficiaries page to learn more about these organizations!