Athletes generously gave to the Huntsman Cancer Institute during the Huntsman World Senior Games in October 2022. With mostly small donations of just $5, over 3,730 athletes contributed a collective amount of $30,000. 

“These funds go directly to support the lifesaving mission of Huntsman Cancer Institute. Our main goal is to save lives and give relief to families who are going through a lot. Thank you to the athletes of the Games. We are so grateful to you,” said Jen Murano, Director of Events at Huntsman Cancer Foundation. 

Kyle M Case, the CEO of the Huntsman World Senior Games presented a check to the Huntsman Cancer Institute for the donation.  “This is the largest amount our athletes have ever raised,” said Case. He continued, speaking directly to Games athletes, “Your generosity humbles us. Thank you for supporting the efforts to eradicate the world of a disease that affects so many. It reinforces a key value of the Games' mission: to foster worldwide health.”

The Huntsman World Senior Games will continue to support fundraising for the Huntsman Cancer Institute. Athletes can make donations through individual registration at 


The Huntsman Cancer Institute’s mission is to understand cancer from its beginnings, to use that knowledge in the creation and improvement of cancer treatments, to relieve the suffering of cancer patients, and to provide education about cancer risk, prevention, and care. For more information about the Huntsman Cancer Institute visit:

The Huntsman World Senior Games is the largest annual multi-sport event in the world for athletes age 50 and better. Each October more than 11,000 participants, from all around the world, compete in their choice of more than 35 different sports. For more information on the Games, including schedules, rules and how to register, visit