LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation (APCF) will host the 2020 Virtual Stache Dash 5K on Sunday, November 15. Proceeds from the race benefit Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation in its mission to support improved treatment of prostate cancer in Arkansas.
“The Virtual Stache Dash 5K is an opportunity for all of us to support the men in our lives and raise awareness about prostate cancer,” said APCF Executive Director Chris Collier. “Regardless of how you participate, you can help us ensure that all men are educated about their risks for developing prostate cancer and aware of their options regarding diagnosis and treatment.”
Participants are invited to complete their virtual 5K at the time and location of their choosing before November 15. That means getting out in the fresh air for a walk or run, hitting the treadmill or whatever works for them. There is no time limit for completing the virtual race, but participants are encouraged to record their time.
Registration is available online at stachedash5k.org and will include a Stache Dash T-shirt. For more information, visit arprostatecancer.org or contact the Foundation at (501)379-8027.
About Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation
The Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation is the only statewide organization dedicated entirely to prostate cancer awareness, education, timely detection and survivorship. The organization sponsors awareness campaigns, conducts public education events and organizes screening programs throughout the state. The Foundation also provides support to survivors and men undergoing treatment through a network of support group meetings and patient navigation programs. The Foundation believes that access to information and treatment should be available to all men in Arkansas.