5th Annual Mattie Miracle Walk & Family Festival

Event Date

Sunday, May 18, 2014 - 11:00am - 4:00pm
Event Location
1000 St. Stephen's Rd. Alexandria, VA 22304

5th Annual Mattie Miracle Walk & Family Festival

Sunday, May 18, 2014   11:00am - 4:00pm  

1000 St. Stephen's Rd., Alexandria 22304

Help us raise $50,000 to support the Mattie Miracle Cancer Foundation's goal to focus awareness on the psychological and emotional needs of children and families battling childhood cancer.  Mattie Miracle is working to create a national psychosocial standard of care and to support their Child Life Program Fund at the Georgetown University Hospital.  


We have something for everyone:

  • Featuring Music and Teen bands -- Charley Montroll, Spork, Neon Laces, Lizzie & Sita, Fuse Box and more including a “Frozen” sing-a-long!
  • A Kids Trot! Children ages 3-12 will be split into different groups and will race down the track! Everyone gets a prize
  • Food for purchase w/ Becca Fischer, executive chef, Clyde's Tyson’s Corner, cooking up close!
  • An inflatable obstacle course for kids to have a blast
  • A 26' Climbing Wall
  • Hands-on LEGO play and contests for kids
  • LEGO trains and cityscape displays thanks to WAMALUG and WamaLTC
  • Zumba with Jenny on the Astroturf field! 
  • An amazing raffle that will appeal to everyone in your family 
  • Handmade items made by local kids and teens  
  • Face painting and nail art
  • A bake sale with designer cookies for purchase 
  • A magic show 
  • A treasure hunt with cool prizes
  • Zany relay races for prizes
  • Come walk the Mattie Miracle Mile with our Honorary Walk Chair, Alexandria Mayor William D. Euille and meet our Honorary Walk Committee

LINK TO REGISTER:  https://www.mattiemiracle.com/Cancer_Walk_2014.html

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Mattie Miracle Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity founded in loving memory of Mattie Brown, a 7- year old, who courageously battled osteosarcoma. The Foundation builds public awareness of childhood cancers and addresses the psychosocial needs of children and their families. All walk proceeds go directly to funding the creation of a national psychosocial standard of care as well as endowing the Mattie Miracle Child Life Program Fund at Georgetown University Hospital.