2021 Jersey Shore Walk to End Colon Cancer

The Walk to End Colon Cancer

The Walk to End Colon Cancer is a family-friendly, hope-filled event in 15 cities open to all ages. And we’re including a 5k walk and 1-mile turnaround to make it inclusive for all abilities. It’s a chance for anyone who’s been affected by colorectal cancer to come find strength and support, collectively.

Today’s support for early detection and research means more tomorrows with loved ones. Register, fundraise and join a nation of allies that are committed to seeing the end to colorectal cancer in our lifetime. Start a team, join a team or walk as an individual – because tomorrow can’t wait.

We care about our community and our top priority is the health and safety of our participants, staff and volunteers. We can’t gather in a large group, but we can still run safely, celebrate and create impact.

Register to walk – Make an impact

We have waived registration fees for our 2021 event. Increase your impact, donate, and fundraise for our Walk to End Colon Cancer incentives. It’s a great way to show your commitment to ending this disease in our lifetime.


Event Information

Decorate your car, grab your mask, and join us at the Victory Lap to get your throwback Undy boxers, sponsor swag, and materials on colorectal cancer. Survivors will also get their 2021 Survivor medal, and anyone who raises $100 or more will be able to pick up your fundraising incentives like our Walk-branded pop socket, shoulder sling bag, and thermal water bottle!

Saturday, July 17, 2021

Time: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Drive-Thru Victory Lap Celebration Location

West Park Recreation Center

615 West Park Ave

Oakhurst, NJ 07755

Impact List

 Register your team or walk solo

 Connect your fundraiser to Facebook

 Recruit other walkers and ask for donations

 Keep sharing your story with friends and family

 Spread awareness by printing this “I’m Walking For” bib and wearing it while you walk.

From Michele Battista:
This is my 9th walk with the @Colorectal Cancer Alliance (CCA) to promote the importance of being screened because my colonoscopy at 50 saved my life! I had no symptoms of the stage 3 colon cancer growing for 5-10 years which would have landed me in the E.R. when my colon cancer blocked or ruptured my large intestine within a short period of time per my gastro from @RBGastro.

The CCA is an important resource to support patients and families and provide awareness about preventative measures to end this disease in our lifetime! 

Please consider supporting my fundraising goal or join Team RBGastro for the virtual run/walk and join us at the Victory Lap!cca_logo

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