Join us on Sunday, May 17, 2020 for the 4th Annual For Pete's Sake Cancer Color Race taking place on the grounds of CB East High School. The Color Race (and fun walk) is open to all ages. Volunteers will coat runners with color as they run or walk through the route!

This year’s race will strictly be for fun and will NOT be a timed race! 

Enjoy snacks, raffles, and music while supporting a great cause that gives families a break from cancer!

This event is coordinated by For Pete’s Sake volunteer, Suzanne Lahetta, along with her family and friends. The Lahettas were recipients of a For Pete’s Sake respite vacation in May 2016, after Suzanne’s husband, Carl, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which he had been battling since September 2015. In July of 2018, Carl lost his battle with pancreatic cancer.  While Carl was bravely fighting this disease, they had their ups and downs, but lived life to the fullest. Their respite vacation gave the family time to reconnect, rejuvenate and create wonderful memories together. For that short period of time, they were able to put cancer to the side and just enjoy themselves! 

After their respite vacation, the Lahettas wanted to do something to give back to the next For Pete’s Sake family and loved the idea of planning a color race in their town. With the help of volunteers, including Mark and Deanna Cunningham, another family helped by For Pete’s Sake, Suzanne has done a phenomenal job sharing our mission with the community of Doylestown.

Sunday, May 17, 2020

9:00 a.m. registration
10:00a.m. race start

Central Bucks East High School

Pre-Registration: Students- $20, Adults- $35, Children aged 5 and under- FREE

*Must be registered by April 26th to be guaranteed a t-shirt!*

Day of Registration: Students- $25, Adults- $40, Children aged 5 and under- FREE


Free at Central Bucks East High School


More About For Pete's Sake Cancer Respite Foundation:

For Pete’s Sake’s (FPS) is a local non-profit located in Plymouth Meeting, PA. The FPS mission is to enable cancer patients and their loved ones to strengthen, deepen, and unify their relationships by creating unforgettable and lasting respite vacations. This year, For Pete’s Sake hopes to send 160 families on respite vacations, giving them the opportunity to take a much needed break from cancer.