launch: Gretchen Camacho-Mohammed, from left, RBC Royal Bank managing director; Destiny; Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh; and Sport Minister  Shamfa Cudjoe at the launch of RBC’s Race for the Kids at the Hilton Trinidad  in Port of Spain. —Photo: stephen doobay

On Sunday, October 7, an exciting fund-raising road race event will take place to help raise funds for children with cancer.

RBC Royal Bank is once again rallying all runners and aspiring runners to Race for the Kids, in a 5k for amateur runners and 15K for experienced runners. The races will raise funds for children who are 16 years old and under and have been diagnosed with cancer,

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