Coming Together as a Community to Conquer and Cure
The Rancho Sahuarita Cancer Walk was established in 2017 by Rancho Sahuarita founder, Bob Sharpe, just two years after he was diagnosed with brain cancer. In just three short years, Bob Sharpe and the Rancho Sahuarita Cancer Walk raised more than one million dollars to benefit the National Brain Tumor Society. 100% of the proceeds were distributed amongst leading cancer and immunotherapy research institutions in the nation to help conquer and cure brain tumors.
Your support of the Rancho Sahuarita Cancer Walk in 2017 and again in 2019 helped make it possible for NBTS to raise awareness of brain tumors, fund critical research, and ultimately, find a cure.
Nearly $615,000 Raised by the 2017 and 2019 Cancer Walks
Thank you to the hundreds of donors and participants who made the Rancho Sahuarita Cancer Walk an unprecedented success.
About The National Brain Tumor Society
The National Brain Tumor Society is strategically positioned to leverage its collective resources and knowledge to deliver the greatest impact to the brain tumor community. Through catalytic funding models, robust research collaborations, and a focused public policy agenda, NBTS is driving systemic change to improve the pace of drug discovery and development.
Support the Cause
Support promising research initiatives to improve the lives of the nearly 700,000 Americans living with brain tumors today, and advance the fight for a cure in Bob’s memory (pictured right).