One Step Closer to a Cure

Please join us for the 2022 CureSearch Winter Challenge: One Step Closer to a Cure! Set your daily step goal and raise funds for childhood cancer research January 10 through February 15.

About the Winter Challenge

On January 10, 2022, join families, friends and athletes of all levels from across the country for a virtual fitness challenge where every step brings us closer to childhood cancer cures. We'll provide fun and inspiration throughout the challenge and celebrate our accomplishments on the final day, February 15, International Childhood Cancer Day! All participants will receive a digital finisher certificate, a limited edition 2022 Winter Challenge medal and have the opportunity to win additional prizes along the way.

Winter Challenge Details

Honor the 47 children diagnosed with cancer every day by setting a daily step goal for yourself! You can walk or run and log your activity through the Count.It app. You can sync with any wearable fitness device, a health app on your phone or enter your steps manually. After you register, you will be invited to join our private challenge in Count.It and Facebook group where we’ll support each other, share pictures and giveaway fun prizes!

It’s your Challenge. It’s your goal! Get started in 4 easy steps!

Step 1:

Step 2:
Set a daily goal of total steps.

Step 3:
Track your steps each day in our CountIt app.

Step 4:
Fundraise and get us one step closer to a cure!



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  1 -  $1,000 Level Joann Richards ($1,590.00)
  2 -  $500 Level Dave Kupiec ($775.00)
  3 -  $100 Level Adam Lacey ($475.00)
  4 -  $100 Level Amy Maziarz ($400.00)
  5 -  $100 Level Matthew Carlson ($375.00)
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  1 -  Team Sloth ($2,475.00)
  2 -  Superheroes 4 Gold ($850.00)
  3 -  The Special Steppers ($695.00)
  4 -  Little Ray of Hope ($511.00)
  5 -  Wacky Warriors ($225.00)
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Changing the Odds

Leaders from across the pediatric cancer ecosystem explain the critical need for new childhood cancer treatments and how CureSearch is changing the odds for the 47 children diagnosed each day.