24 Foundation is back for a sixth year in Indiana to host 24 Indianapolis! Our event HQ will be held at Butler University and the 3-mile Loop runs through Butler Tarkington Neighborhood. The event hosts over 400 riders and 200 walkers, who will raise funds for the IU Health Simon Cancer Center.
24 Foundation, formerly known as 24 Hours of Booty, has evolved from one man to a national foundation aiding in the revolution of cancer navigation and survivorship. Over 16 years ago, the 24 Foundation came to fruition with one man on a bike pedaling for 24 hours with a goal to change the conversation about cancer. This motivation evolved into the foundation’s first fundraising event, 24 Hours of Booty, held on the famed Booty Loop in the Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina. 24 Hours of Booty signature events expanded to Maryland, Indiana and Georgia, transforming into what today is known as 24 Foundation, an engine for advancements in cancer survivorship and navigation services.
Our mission is to inspire and engage communities to make an immediate impact on the lives of people affected by cancer. The vehicle of this impact are premier 24-hour non-competitive events that are safe, fun and open to cyclists and walkers of all abilities. 24 Foundation is fueled year-round by the survivors, caregivers, family and friends that motivate us to make an immediate, measurable and tangible impact on the lives of people affected by cancer each and every day. United by the common vision of cancer navigation and survivorship for all, 24 Foundation has raised more than $17 million to date to support our mission.