Lori Murphy and Shana Clepper jump roped around the Loveland High School Track at the 2009 Relay for Life.
(Loveland Magazine file photo)
Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland High School Student Athletic Leadership Team (SALT) has launched their Relay for Life in support of the American Cancer Society.
Students who would like to get involved can sign-up to form fundraising teams. Follow this link to register as a student participant or to support our students in this effort. The Relay for Life will be taking place on May 5.
Luminarias honor every life touched by cancer. You can dedicate them to a loved one lost, someone currently battling, or anyone who’s overcome it. When you attend a Relay event, you’ll see the Luminarias decorated with names and sometimes messages to the people they’re dedicated to.
After dark, Relay participants share an emotional moment when each Luminaria is lit in remembrance of a life touched by cancer. Together, we take a moment of silence to remember the loved ones they’re dedicated to. When you make a donation for a Luminaria it helps fund the American Cancer Society’s mission to help save lives.
At the Relay For Life, teams are welcome to setup a space to fundraise & hang out. Most teams bring tents, chairs, etc.
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You will be asked to provide your email address to log in or sign up, or continue with a social account.
Is this a run?
No, Relay For Life is a community based walk event. While your event may have opportunities to run the track, we encourage teams to take turns walking the track.
What do I need to bring with me to the walk?
Don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes. Please bring any donations you have to turn in. Strollers, wagons, walkers and wheelchairs are all welcome on the walk. Don’t forget to wear your Relay Purple!
Where do I park? Is there a parking fee? Is there handicap parking available?
Details about parking coming soon.
Do I need to register or check-in when I get there?
We ask that everyone stops and checks in as we cannot wait to meet you all!
Opening and closing time of the check-in tent coming soon.
Are animals permitted?
Only properly documented service dogs are allowed at the event.
I have money to turn in, where do I take it?
Checks can be deposited via our mobile app. Download the app to deposit checks here.
Before and after the event, money can be mailed to ENTER LOCAL MALING ADDRESS INFORMATION.
All money day of the walk can be turned in at the registration tables. Please have it in a sealed envelope. Envelopes will be available for pick up at registration if you need one to fill out.
Do I receive a t-shirt for my registration?
T-shirts are available to Hope Club members, who raise a minimum of $100. Hope Club members will receive an email with a link to order their Hope Club T-Shirt within 2 weeks of qualifying.
Do I receive a t-shirt if I am a Cancer Survivor?
Yes! Cancer Survivors that register online will receive an email with a link to redeem their survivor t-shirt to be shipped directly to them. There is no fundraising requirement for Survivor Shirts.
Are there fundraising incentives?
Yes, Hope Club members receive a T-shirt. We also have fundraising clubs, with gifts, for Grand Club Members at $1,000 raised and for All Stars at $2,500 raised.
Fundraisers also receive 1 Relay Reward point for every dollar raised. You can track your points and redeem rewards (starting at 250 points) by visiting shoprelayrewards.org.
Are there other ways to earn Relay Rewards?
Fundraising best practices – earn up to 50 bonus points by taking the following actions:
Making a personal donation to your page = 10 points
Sending an email(s) through your dashboard = 15 points
Downloading and accepting a donation through the ACS Fundraising App = 25 points
I would like some Relay For Life merchandise, how do I purchase it?
Relay For Life merchandise is available for sale on our online store. You can scroll all the way to the bottom of this page for the link or visit acseventstore.org.
Will there be food available?
More details coming soon.
Where do volunteers that are helping with the event check in?
More details coming soon.
What do you have on-site for cancer survivors?
More details coming soon.
Photos from the 2005 and 2019 Relay for Life at Loveland High School
Relay For Life is the world’s largest volunteer-based fundraising event. For more then 36 years, communities across the world have come together to honor and remember loved ones and take action for lifesaving change.
At Relay For Life you’ll find community members taking turns walking around a track lined with luminaria bags.
At Relay For Life events, no one faces cancer alone. We come together every year at more than 2,500 Relay events around the country to support and celebrate survivors and caregivers.
Each Relay has special events and activities (many throughout the year) just for survivors and their caregivers, so they can connect with others and know there is a strong support system available to them.
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