Join Us!

C.A.T. Walk & Fun Run
Thursday, July 4, 2019
Downtown Hillsboro
Civic Center Plaza (1st & Main Street)

Event Fees:

  • Individual (age 13 to adult): $30
  • Youth (age 6 to 12): $20
  • Kids (age 5 and under): FREE

register here


  • 6:30 a.m. Registration, Kid’s Zone, and health fair
  • 7:30 a.m. Registration closes, Kids’ Dash begins (children must be registered)
  • 8:00 a.m. Event begins
  • 10:00 a.m. Event concludes and parade begins

Questions? Please contact: or 503-681-1170

Help Fight Back!

There are many barriers people face when receiving treatment. With treatments lasting an average of five weeks, for some the added cost and stress of travel can mean missing appointments, preventing patients from successfully completing their care. For local patients, finding a reliable ride to and from appointments can be challenging without a support network of friends and family.

This year, funds raised will provide travel and accommodation assistance for patients receiving treatment at OHSU Tuality Healthcare, as well as support capital improvements and state-of-the art equipment investments in Tuality’s cancer care facilities.

Join the Fight, Raise Money, and Earn Prizes!

Create a fundraising page here.

  • Once you register and set up your page, send your unique page link to friends and family to ask for support
  • Email, text, or post your page and story on social media
  • The more you raise, the more prizes you’ll earn >> Check out the prizes here!
  • Questions about fundraising?

Everyone deserves access to high quality care!

Join us in the fight! Set up a personal fundraising page here:

raise funds here

2019 Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

Farmington Gardens

Mile Marker Sponsor

INLINE Commercial Construction Inc.

Kid’s Dash Sponsors

Henningsen Cold Storage Co.
Metro West
Propel Insurance

Good Neighbor Sponsor

Columbia Bank
Ellen Rensklev Intregro Group
Lovett Services
Westside Concrete

2018 C.A.T. Walk & Fun Run raises over $106,000

The 18th annual C.A.T. Walk & Fun Run raised approximately $106,000 to acquire a new state-of-the-art mobile mammography van for OHSU Tuality Healthcare.  The new van will travel from here to the coast to bring mammograms to underserved women.

Organized by the Tuality Healthcare Foundation, C.A.T. Walk attracted more than 900 participants who walked or ran the 5K event held in downtown Hillsboro. Also featured were a Kids’ Dash, Kids’ Zone, and health fair. This year’s fastest runners include:  Marcus Graham, 15, who finished with the fastest men’s time at 17:08, Scott McCulloch, age 39, who finished at 19:16, and Heriberto Ornelas, 49, at 21:05. Meggie Karp, 19 came in with the fastest women’s time at 19:25. Tricia Morrison, 29, came in at 20:07, and Ella Cazzavillan, 11, came in at 21:56.