We are excited to announce that KSAT’s anchor, Steve Spriester, will be the emcee at the 4th annual Head for the Cure 5K – San Antonio on Saturday, September 23rd.
Steve has been at KSAT since 1995. His stories and his newscasts have been award winning and have led the ratings consistently. From his series of reports that led to the San Antonio medical community setting up stroke centers, to the special report on San Antonio’s lack of services for the homeless that led to the creation of the innovative Haven for Hope campus, his reports have sparked change.
Along with Steve, look forward to jamming with Triple T Variety Band, dancing with Grupo Folklorico de Bendiciones and much more as we raise funds and hope for the brain tumor community!
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Keeping the Faith
Head for the Cure 5K events are not only successful fundraisers in the fight against brain cancer but unique tributes to those who are fighting brain cancer and those who have lost their battles. These are the people for whom Head the Cure was created, and they’re the reason we keep pushing to grow the event every year…to raise greater awareness and raise more money in the fight against brain cancer. Submit your Keeping the Faith nominee by completing our online form.
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Chipotle – September 18th from 5-9pm. Broadway location. 50% will come back to HFTC!
Kendra Scott – September 20th from 5-7pm. Visit the Quarry Village location and Kendra Scott will donate 20% back to HFTC. Sips & Sweets provided and they will also accept call-in orders!
J McLaughlin – September 22nd. 15% of purchases made all day long will benefit HFTC. Treats provided!
Please help us spread the word! Visit www.headforthecure.org/san-antonio
About Head for the Cure
Head for the Cure is dedicated to raising hope, awareness and funding in the fight against brain cancer. Our 5K events are not only successful fundraisers, but unique tributes to those who are fighting brain cancer and those who have lost their battles. Their memories carry on through the teams that are formed around them, and these teams return year after year to celebrate their legacies.
In pursuit of a cure