Greater Bay Area Light The Night Walks
Light The Night Walk is the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) annual evening fundraiser to bring help and hope to those affected by cancer. Co-workers, friends, and families form walk teams to raise vital funds for blood cancer research and local patient services. Walkers symbolically light the dark world of cancer by carrying illuminated lanterns: white for survivors, red for supporters, and gold for those walking in memory of a loved one. These unique evening walks are marked by celebration, remembrance, and hope.
Corporate & Community Breakfast
If your company or organization would like to get involved in the Light The Night Walk, please join us at one of our breakfasts.
Registration - 7:30 a.m. | Program - 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m.
North Bay - Vintner's Inn, Santa Rosa | Tuesday, May 20 | Amber.Heidtke@LLS.org
Napa Valley - Meritage Resort & Spa, Napa | Wednesday, May 21 | Amber.Heidtke@LLS.org
San Francisco - Hyatt Regency, San Francisco | Thursday, May 29 | Desiree.Valenzuela@LLS.org
Silicon Valley - Fairmont, San Jose | Tuesday, June 10 | Dawn.Billman@LLS.org
East Bay - Marriott, San Ramon | Thursday, June 12 | Victoria.Gallagher@LLS.org
Please RSVP to your local contacts above.
There is no cost to attend. Guests or additional representatives from your company or organization are welcome.
2014 Walk Dates
North Bay-Santa Rosamore...
2014 Walk Details
Champion For Cures: All walkers who raise $100 or more become a Champion For Cures, and receive an illuminated lantern, t-shirt, and dinner on Walk Night.
Bright Lights Club: Walkers who take the extra step to raise $1,000 or more become members of the Bright Lights Club, and receive special recognition and exclusive gifts in honor of their extraordinary efforts.
*All Cancer survivors in attendance are our honored guests and will receive a t-shirt, illuminated lantern, and dinner at the Walk regardless of fundraising level.
5:00 pm Food and Festivities
7:00 pm Walk Start
Light The Night Is Going Green!
Red: Carried by friends and supporters
White: Carried by cancer patients and survivors
Gold: Carried in memory of a lost loved one
All Walks will no longer provide plastic water bottles. Water stations will be available at all walk sites. Don't forget your water bottle!