Dedication signs are a way to honor and remember those for whom we run, walk, climb, fundraise, wave our auction paddles, raise our sails and even squish through mud. The signs will be placed at your event and will be visible to all participants. Click here
to see an example of what it will look like.
Submission deadlines vary by event, but are usually three weeks before the event date. Keep in mind that earlier is always better
Light The Night Deadline: Wednesday, September 27th
Winter Pineapple Classic Deadline: Wednesday, October 11th
Firefighter Stairclimb Deadline: Wednesday, February 14th, 2018
Big Climb Deadline: Wednesday, February 28th, 2018
For signs at Winter Pineapple Classic, Light The Night, or Leukemia Cup Regatta: these are intended to be reused annually (not taken from the event). You shouldn't need to request a new one each year unless there was an issue with it or it needs an update. Otherwise, we will automatically post your last requested sign at the event you initially requested it.
For signs at Big Climb or Scott Firefighter Stairclimb: In general, you will need to submit a new request each year. However, if you requested a sign last year AND you are sure there will be no changes to the picture or text, please simply email email@example.com and give us your honoree's first and last name. This email will tell us to replicate the sign for this year's event (We won't make a sign if we don't receive either this form submission or the email to replicate). Thanks!
Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to deliver these signs after the event. If you would like an electronic copy of the sign for your own use, please let us know after the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get that to you as soon as we can!
*Please note: After thoughtful consideration, and to avoid confusion about our mission, we are currently only creating signs honoring humans. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s mission is specific to finding cures for blood cancers in human patients, while improving the quality of life for them and their families.