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The FroYo Run - Los Angeles benefits the Children's Tumor Foundation. CTF is dedicated to improving ...

The FroYo Run benefiting The Children’s Tumor Foundation

Posted on March 10th, 2016

Location: Griffith Park
Duration: Single Day
Date: Mar 19, 2016



The FroYo Run – Los Angeles benefits the Children’s Tumor Foundation. CTF is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by neurofibromatosis (NF).

Enjoying every minute as a FroYo Run Volunteer is easy. You help thousands of lively people savor an entertaining morning, all while supporting a great cause. Did we mention the volunteer perks?! Each volunteer shift is 3-4 hours and includes a super fashionable Volunteer T-shirt (gender-specific of course), a customized cup of frozen yogurt, community service hours, and thousands of smiles 🙂

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Time Details
Times vary according to the shift that they sign up for.
Swirl Shift: (4:45 AM -7:30 AM)
Berry Shift: (5:15 AM -9:00 AM)
Gummy Shift: (6:00 AM -10:30 AM)
Cookie Shift: (7:30 AM -11:00 AM)
Sprinkles Shift: (10:30 AM - 12:45 PM)

Tags: health, environment, youth

Contact Person: Patrick McGrath

Contact Email: patrick@xrlevents.com

Contact Phone Number: 7203911321

Organization: The FroYo Run benefiting The Children's Tumor Foundation

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