Help us build a world without cancer. Join the movement!
Give to Miami Cancer Institute through HEAT.HELP.CURE. and the Dribble Drive Against Cancer.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ABOUT THE DRIBBLE DRIVE AGAINST CANCER
When is the Dribble Drive Against Cancer?
Saturday, November 16, in Miami. Mark your calendars and practice your dribbling!
How can I get involved?
Register for the Dribble Drive Against Cancer! You can make a difference in the fight through this community-wide event that directly benefits cancer research and care at Miami Cancer Institute.
You can participate in the Dribble Drive Against Cancer on three different routes:
You can support a “Dribbler’s” individual fundraising goal.
You can become a sponsor of our events. Contact Marc Spiegelman at MarcJS@BaptistHealth.net or call 305-310-9052.
Or, want to form a corporate team of Dribblers? Contact Eddie@TeamFootworks.org or call 305-666-7223.
Email us at Events@BaptistHealth.net or call us at 786-467-5488 to learn more.
REGISTRATION AND LOCATION QUESTIONS
Which Dribble Drive route should I choose?
Novice and experienced dribblers alike are encouraged to select the route that best suits your interest and physical abilities. Explore each of the three routes to choose the one that’s right for you.
When is check-in and registration?
Dribble Drive Challenge: 5 a.m.
Dribble Drive: 9 a.m.
Dribble Drive Dash: 10:30 a.m.
What time does each event start?
Dribble Drive Challenge: 6 a.m. sharp
Dribble Drive: 10 a.m. sharp
Dribble Drive Dash: 11 a.m. sharp
Is parking available?
For the Dribble Drive Challenge: Complimentary parking is available in the garage at Miami Cancer Institute on the Baptist Hospital campus, 8900 North Kendall Drive, Miami, FL 33176. Allow time to park, register, check-in and meet in front of Miami Cancer Institute by arriving at 5 a.m.
Dribble Drive: Parking is NOT PERMITTED at Vizcaya. We’re excited to be partnering with Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, as a DROP-OFF LOCATION ONLY for the Dribble Drive. This starting point provides the perfect distance for those who might find the 13.1 Dribble Drive Challenge too challenging!
You can take Metrorail, or ride-share. Please revisit this website in the coming weeks, as the event approaches, for exciting news about discounted transportation with our ride-sharing partner. You may want to park at AmericanAirlines Arena, take the Metromover to the Government Center, and take Metrorail to Vizcaya Station. Use the pedestrian walkway to cross USI to Vizcaya Village. Then, your vehicle will be waiting for you when you finish. Plan to arrive at Vizcaya for your shirt and basketball pickup at 9 a.m. Or simply take the Metrorail to Vizcaya Station, and walk back or ride-share back to pick up your vehicle from the Metrorail Parking garage.
Dribble Drive Dash: Complimentary parking is available at AmericanAirlines Arena. Check-in and registration is at 10:30 a.m.
Can I donate without participating?
Yes! Just click the DONATE button on the HEAT.HELP.CURE. website.
How much are the registration fees?
Dribble Drive Challenge: $55
Dribble Drive: $45
Dribble Drive Dash: $30
When does registration close?
Midnight, Sunday, October 27.
How much does it cost to register a team?
The cost is equal to the number of people from your company times the per person entry fee posted on the website. There is no separate team entry fee.
My employer is paying our team members’ entry fees. How do I set up my team’s payment method?
How do we change our team captain?
What is included in my registration fee?
The registration fee covers mementos and amenities associated with all Dribble Drive Against Cancer events, including: Jerseys (Team Captains only), Basketball (Dribble Drive Challenge and Dribble Drive only) and t-shirts.
Where do I pick up my t-shirt / jersey / basketball?
During check-in and registration at each start site. Arrive early!
Are there any age limitations?
Dribble Drive Challenge: You must be 13 or older to participate in the Dribble Drive Challenge.
Dribble Drive: Age limitations are determined by your ability to walk and dribble 3.3 miles without assistance to participate.
Dribble Drive Dash: Participants under 13 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
My company would like to become a sponsor. What opportunities are available?
Sponsorships are critical to our success, with opportunities available to fit nearly any company and budget. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, contact Marc Spiegelman at 305-310-9052 or MarcJS@BaptistHealth.net.
How do I get back from the Arena to where I started my route?
Take Metrorail, or ride-share. Please revisit this website in the coming weeks for exciting news regarding discounted transportation with our ride-sharing partner.
Will there be bathrooms and water available along the Dribble Drive Challenge and Dribble Drive routes?
Yes, bathrooms and water will be available at all starting and ending routes.
Is there a time limit for each route?
Each route of the Dribble Drive Against Cancer allows you to dribble at your own pace. But, a good goal is to aim to reach AmericanAirlines Arena by 11:30 a.m. to ensure you can experience every moment of ‘live’ interaction and fun with the Miami HEAT!
The Dribble Drive Against Cancer is primarily a fundraiser for Miami Cancer Institute and is not a race/walk in the traditional sense. We will announce participants at the finish line; however, times are not formally tracked. Dribble Drive Challengers will have the opportunity to trade in their basketball for a signed “Pineapple” basketball. Dribble Drivers may keep their ball, or may donate it when they reach AmericanAirlines Arena to benefit inner-city youth.
Will my information be shared with anyone?
Your information is safe! Donor information will not be sold to third parties, but may be used by Team Footworks, HEAT.HELP.CURE., the Dribble Drive Against Cancer, Baptist Health Foundation and/or Miami Cancer Institute for direct communication purposes.
Is my entry fee tax-deductible?
Although your support is needed for us to continue the fight against cancer and is very much appreciated, the registration fee is not tax-deductible, as regulations regarding an event where goods and services are provided prohibit tax deductions.
Is my donation tax-deductible?
Yes, if you made a donation in addition to, or aside from, registration, the donation is tax-deductible. Speak with your tax advisor.
Is Miami Cancer Institute a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization?
Yes, Miami Cancer institute is part of Baptist Health South Florida, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization.
DRIBBLE DRIVE AGAINST CANCER RULES AND GUIDELINES
ABOUT THE HEAT.HELP.CURE. RADIOTHON
HEAT.HELP.CURE. – a philanthropic partnership among the Miami HEAT, Baptist Health’s Miami Cancer Institute and Entercom – will take to the airwaves and streets of South Florida in mid-November, with the second annual HEAT.HELP.CURE. Radiothon benefiting cancer research and care at Miami Cancer Institute.
The HEAT.HELP.CURE. Radiothon – representing “Join the HEAT. You can HELP. Find a CURE.” – will air on a date yet to be announced in mid-November from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. across five of Entercom South Florida’s most popular stations: 101.5 LITE FM, Power 96, 102.7 The Beach, 104.3 The Shark and 790 The Ticket.
Funds raised through the HEAT.HELP.CURE. Radiothon will help Miami Cancer Institute conduct breakthrough research, access the world’s latest technologies and equipment, and retain internationally recognized cancer experts who provide world-class cancer care right here at home.
The entire community will be invited to tune in across the five stations to hear inspiring stories from Miami Cancer Institute patients, doctors and nurses, along with community leaders and members of the Miami HEAT organization.
To learn more and make an impact today, visit HEATHELPCURE.org
ABOUT MIAMI CANCER INSTITUTE
Miami Cancer Institute is Florida’s only next-generation cancer center, bringing South Florida access to personalized clinical treatments delivered with unparalleled compassion and support. No other cancer program in the region has the combination of cancer-fighting expertise, advanced technology – including the first proton therapy center from South Florida to South America – and comprehensive support services to best understand what’s driving each patient’s cancer and deliver the precise treatments to achieve the best outcome. Selected as Florida’s only member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance, Miami Cancer Institute is part of a meaningful clinical collaboration to improve the lives of cancer patients. Learn more about the Institute at MiamiCancerInstitute.com.