Founded in 1980
40 Years of Service
Seeking to make a personal impact in the fight against cancer, a group of family and friends founded the Colorado Cancer Foundation (CCF) in 1980. In succeeding years, the 501(c)(3) charitable organization grew beyond curative treatment and palliative care to include medical research and education at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, CO. Learn More
Run for the Cure
Eldorado Springs Canyon
The Colorado Cancer Foundation (CCF) is Funded through generous donations, and a series of charity-based events, including the annual Eldorado Run for the Cure. Now in its 40th year, the annual four-mile family-friendly run continues to grow, impacting the lives of patients, families, physicians, researchers, and medical students throughout Colorado. The Run for the Cure also serves as a qualifier for the famed BolderBoulder 10K race. Learn More
When: Friday, August 02, 2019
Where: 294 Artesian Dr., Eldorado Springs, CO 80025
Event Times: Adults Race 6:30PM; Kids Race 6:15PM
Gallery Giuseppe & Eldorado Springs Art Center
Celebrating its 40th year in 2019, the annual Eldorado Run for the Cure is the longest operating footrace in the State of Colorado. The family-friendly event takes place every year in beautiful Eldorado Springs Canyon, a short walk from from the Gallery Giuseppe and the Eldorado Springs Art Center. This year’s event will feature an after party at the Eldorado Springs Art Center complete with food truck street food and live music.
Sculpture Studio & More
Boulder Artist Giuseppe Palumbo, the Owner, Curator, and Art Director of the Eldorado Springs Art Center is opening his doors to Run for the Cure participants and their guests following the footrace for an afterparty with food truck street food and live local music.
A vibrant sculpture studio and gallery housed in a renovated Volvo repair shop the Eldorado Springs Art Center is a popular venue with locals and out of town guest looking to enjoy the arts in a beautiful setting, such as the 2018 event, “Cuba in the Springs.”