RBC Race for the Kids, October 16-17, 2021
Supporting Caribbean Children's Cancer Fund

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EVERY STEP IS A STEP FORWARD IN A CHILD'S FIGHT AGAINST CANCER.

To a child, being diagnosed with cancer can be devastating. We are committed to giving hope and saving lives, and with your help, there is much more that we can do.

The RBC Caribbean Children's Cancer Fund has already helped over 229 children across the Caribbean, who have been afflicted with this dreaded disease.

This is the 6th annual RFTK race being held in Trinidad and Tobago.

We thank you for your enthusiasm and support and we hope you can join us again for this reimagined event!

OUR COLLECTIVE IMPACT

1497

Runners signed up

$43,785

Funds raised

2,824

Kms covered

A Global, Virtual, Family Fun Run Supporting Youth Charities Around the World

Since 2009, RBC Race for the Kids has grown to an exciting series of 17 charitable Races taking around the world, supporting kids and youth-focused causes. In total, 290,000+ participants have raised more than C$65 million.

In 2020, the series of in-person Races couldn’t happen so we pivoted to a global, virtual RBC Race for the Kids to continue raising much-needed funds for our charity partners. Last year, over 33,000 participants from 120+ countries raised more than C$8.8 million!

Join us and participants from all around the globe to raise awareness and support for our 35 charity partners in 19 countries – and the young people they help during this challenging time.

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The Trinidad and Tobago edition supports the RBC Caribbean Children’s Cancer Fund and assists Caribbean youth, under the age of 16, who have been diagnosed with cancer.

TO DATE, OVER 229 CHILDREN HAVE BEEN TREATED.

Impact of Your Support

Funds from the RBC Caribbean Children’s Cancer Fund supported a donation to the Eric Williams Medical Complex of a Flow Cytometer valued at TTD 2.5M. This machine increases survival rates as it more accurately diagnoses leukaemia at an early stage.