Calgary Health Trust

VIRTUAL: Cara H.E.L.L.P.s 3rd Annual Preeclampsia Awareness 5 KM Walk/Run Fundraiser

Date: October 03, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Location:Pick your own route....!

Join us for the VIRTUAL Cara H.E.L.L.P.s 3rd Annual Preeclampsia Awareness 5KM Walk/Run Fundraiser on Saturday, October 3rd 2020.

Due to the unprecedented times with COVID-19, this year's fundraiser will be held VIRTUAL. We encourage you to get registered!

Pick your own route....get your families and friends together, strollers, wheelchair, non runners, etc. everyone welcome! Run or walk it on your own, with a small group, get a team together or however else you choose. Use any type of app, watch, fitbit, etc to track your route and time and send it in. Dress up, have some fun, we encourage lots of pictures to add to the fundraiser gallery.

There will still be top best time prizes as well as other prizes for best costumes, most creative route and others.

Registration for the Walk/Run - $50
*No registration fee for children 12 and under

We encourage donations in support of Cara H.E.L.L.P.s - donations received support research initiatives through Calgary Health Trust. Please consider making a donation today!




Cara H.E.L.L.P.s - Cara's Story
Cara H.EL.L.L.P.S is dedicated to honour Cara Kernohan who lost her life tragically and suddenly on October 5th, 2017 at the age of 29 years to Preeclampsia and H.E.L.L.P Syndrom at 35 weeks pregnant. Her miracle Daughter Blakely Cara is a survivor and turned 1 on October 1st, 2018.

Cara H.E.L.L.P.s is designed to educate through public awareness and help in fundraising for the research of this deadly disorder and medical conditions of Preeclampsia and H.E.L.L.P.  Research into Preeclampsia will reduce maternal and infant deaths.  Although medical professionals continue to advance their knowledge and research around these conditions, there is a lot unknown.

To date, Cara H.E.L.L.Ps has raised over $45,000 in support of transformational research for preeclampsia, through Calgary Health Trust. This research addresses early detection of complications and a new method of diagnosis that may promote individualized care models for mother and fetus very early in pregnancy.