FIGHTfor children

Cancer Tumour Treatment



At BoxRun we aim to fund research into less toxic alternatives to treatment, allowing the children to live more normal lives, just like their classmates. 


Find a cure

Our Cause

The last few decades have seen enormous progress in treating and curing childhood cancers.  But there is still a long way to go, to save lives and to help the young ones live normal lives well into adulthood. 

Our Mission

Treatment for childhood cancers can often last years, which takes a toll on the lives and finances of families.  That's why we at BoxRun also raise money for family support initiatives. 

 You helped make Dr. Singh and Dr. Williams break through work possible (see below). Please consider helping again by supporting Mike and Vic on their 1000km Bruce Trail run. Together we do make a big difference in the fight against childhood cancer. 

Meet the directors

​On May 8th, 2014, BoxRun started fundraising activities. Our founder, 3-time Olympian and Commonwealth Champion boxer Mike Strange ran a marathon a day for 94 days from St. John's, Newfoundland, to his hometown of Niagara Falls, Ontario. Since then, BoxRun has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for cancer research and family support services. 

We Need Your Help

Dr. Don White

Director of Scientific Programs and Funding, 20 years experience in cancer research in North American and Europe.

Help mike on his epic 1000 km bruce trail run for childhood cancer research

Mike Strange

Our founder, frontman, 3-time Olympic boxer and Commonwealth champion.

Community Support

 Dr. Sheila Singh and Dr. William Gwynne (left) are part of a McMaster University led study that says, a specific enzyme they have identified and the ability to block this enzyme may hold the key to offering a non toxic treatment to an often lethal form of childhood brain cancer. Learn more here. To make a donation click here.

Placing your donation dollars directly with vetted cancer researchers and the institutions that support families battling childhood cancer.