TERRY FOX RUN
KUALA LUMPUR

The Terry Fox Run Kuala Lumpur has been taking place in Malaysia since 1991, this event is held in memory of the late Terry Fox to keep his dream of a Cancer-Free world alive. Terry Fox was 18 years old in 1977 when he was diagnosed with bone cancer which led to his right leg being amputated above the knee. He was so overcome by the suffering of other cancer patients many of them who are young children, that he decided to run across Canada to raise money for Cancer Research. He called his journey the Marathon of Hope.

Terry ran for 143 days, over 42KM everyday across Canada. He was forced to stop running because Cancer had appeared in his lungs. Terry passed away at the age of 22. The Heroic Canadian was gone, but his legacy and dream lives on with everyone of us who share the same dream. The Terry Fox Run Kuala Lumpur is organised by unpaid-volunteers. 

THE TERRY FOX RUN KL 2018

TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

On August 23rd 2018, We started our Fundraising Campaign to help cover the upfront cost of organising an Event of this scale. Thanks to your help and generous donations, we have Raised RM9160! We are now able to cover the upfront costs for Public Liability Insurance and Event Space Rental with DBKL. 

The Organisers of the Event are currently working with the Authorities to finalize a date for the next Terry Fox Run Kuala Lumpur and will be announcing Online Registrations once we have confirmed a date. To stay in-touch with us and get updates. Please register for our E-Newsletter.

FUNDRAISING GOAL

RM9910

RAISED OF RM9000 GOAL

110%

GOAL REACHED!

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