Walkathon & Carnival To Support Brain Tumor Research

SSBTR_logoDid you know that brain tumors have now become the number one cause of cancer deaths among teenagers? Were you aware that nearly three-quarters of a million people are currently fighting their brain tumors in the United States alone? Tiffany Miller, vice president of the Shadow Mountain High School Students Supporting Brain Tumor Research (SSBTR) Club, and the organization, wants to help educate the public.

SSBTR is a non-profit organization that helps raise money for brain tumor research in order to find a cure. All of the money raised is distributed to the Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, the National Brain Tumor Society, TGen and Steele Children’s Research Center in Tucson. Brain tumors are the number one cause of solid tumor cancer deaths in children through high school age. The organization’s mission is to provide education and leadership development of youth, furnish a platform for them to play a principle role in effecting positive changes in their communities, promote awareness of how common brain tumors are as one of the leading causes of cancer deaths among their peers and act as an outreach to support individuals and their families.

Join Students Supporting Brain Tumor Research and 3,000 of their closest friends and family members Saturday, February 28, at Saguaro High School from 12-3pm for its 14th annual walkathon and carnival as they raise funds to find a cure.

Enjoy live bands, games, a rock wall, bounce houses, a photo booth, giant selection of silent auction items, numerous choices of free food, guest celebrities, and much more for all ages. All money raised to is support cutting edge brain tumor research to stop this dreaded killer. Register at http://www.ssbtr.org or call 888.772.8729.



  1. We at the Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation are so impressed with the students at Shadow Mountain High School and their SSBTR club. Brain tumors used to be a disease of elderly men, but we have been appalled by the increasing numbers of young people who are affected. Thank you for increasing awareness and fighting for the cure. You are wonderful!

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