PIKESVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Hundreds of runners and volunteers take part in the Pikesville “Miles That Matter” 5K run and walk.
For nearly a decade, runners and walkers have gathered at the Woodholme Center to get moving for a good cause and enjoy a fun after-party.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Ulman Cancer Fund.
“Seventy-thousand people each year are diagnosed with cancer for young adults,” said Marilyn Pick, Miles That Matter. “So the goal of the Ulman Cancer Fund is to provide resources, information and programs specifically designed for the needs of young adults.”
The event also benefits the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce.