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North Carolina

Miles Against Melanoma 5K, 1 Mile Fun Run,
& Kids Dash

Register for the 5th Annual Miles Against Melanoma 5k Run/Walk and help raise awareness and funds for melanoma skin cancer. Proceeds raised will stay in the local community and benefit the Carolina’s Melanoma and Immunotherapy Fund at Carolina HealthCare System’s Levine Cancer Institute. So far MAM NC has donated over $70,000 to the fund. Each participant that registers before April 1st will be guaranteed to receive an SPF tech t-shirt. Prizes will be awarded by Omega Sports for the overall winners and age group winners. 

We look forward to seeing you on April 30, 2016 to Save the Skin You’re In!

Online registration will open by the first of the year. 

Online Registration Closing Date: Thursday, April 28th. Please send an email to for information on registering through the mail.

Event Schedule:

Registration: 7 AM

1M Fun Run: 8 AM

5K: 8:05 AM

Kids Dash: 9:30 AM

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Miles Against Melanoma 5K is the third race in the ERACE Away Cancer series. Visit and click on ERACE Away Cancer at the top of the page for details on the other races in the series.

VOLUNTEERS are needed for race day!!!

Want to be part of our event on April 30 but can’t run or walk the 5K? We would love to have you be part of our VOLUNTEER CREW. Crew members will help with parking, set-up, clean-up, and course monitoring. This is great way for students to earn their service hours. Simply follow this link to register. All CREW members will get a great t-shirt! Register today to guarantee yours!

In memory of Amy Robinson


Miles Against Melanoma NC was created in honor of my sister, Amy Jo Robinson. She lost her life much too young to melanoma. Amy Jo Ross Robinson was first diagnosed with melanoma when she was just a junior in high school, after a biopsy was performed on a mole she had removed. She had surgery to remove the lymph nodes from the surrounding area and was in remission for over 10 years until it came back in her lungs and eventually took her life. Amy was only 30 years old when she died. Miles Against Melanoma NC is dedicated to raising the public’s awareness of melanoma and funds for its research so no one else will have to suffer like Amy. Thank you so much for your support!


Please consider participating, volunteering, or sponsoring our event. Proceeds will benefit the Levine Cancer Institute and other initiatives to increase the public’s awareness of melanoma and the damaging effects of the sun and tanning beds.

Heather Joyner