Muskegon holds the record for the biggest fundraiser of its kind, and Stand Up For a Cure will continue this year with some adjustments to follow social distancing guidelines.
Normally, Stand Up For A Cure is a day of community with activities like paddling on the lake, yoga, music, BBQ lunch, inspiration, and fun. However since the event is going virtual, people will need to paddle on their own following social distancing.
To participate or make a donation to a team, register online at suftc.org. Participants will get a jersey via mail or drive-through pick up.
Then, on August 28-30, participants will need to wear their jersey, get outside, and do an activity they love, snap a picture, and share it with the hashtag #suftc.