Thank you for joining us on Sunday, March 27, 2022! We exceeded the 2022 fundraising goal by $99,893. We raised $224,893 for patients newly diagnosed with colon cancer who need financial support, to create colon cancer awareness campaigns in our community, and giveaway screening vouchers for uninsured or uninsured patients! If you have questions please contact us at MTGS@BORLANDGROOVER.COM .

715 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32204

The 14th Annual March to Get Screened 5k will be held on Sunday, March 26, 2023!

Registration opens at 7:00 am 
5k Race Begins at 8:00 am
1 Mile Fun Run/Walk 9:00 am
Awards Ceremony 9:30 am  
Anyone that registers after Thursday, March 23 at 7:00 am will need to pick up race packets at the race! 


Schedule to pick up your race day packets at the 1st Place Sports location you selected during registration on the following dates.
Proudly presented by the Borland Groover Foundation, the March To Get Screened (MTGS) mission is to raise awareness of colon cancer. All proceeds from MTGS benefit the Borland Groover Foundation.

Through the Borland Groover Foundation, we are able to raise awareness about the importance of screening for colon cancer, provide free colon screenings to patients who may not have the financial means to have one, and provide financial assistance to patients newly diagnosed with colon cancer.

How does the March to Get Screened 5k event through the Borland Groover Foundation help our community? The Foundation helps the community by:

  • providing education and awareness on the importance of screening for colon cancer to prevent colon cancer
  • raising awareness of the ability of Borland Groover to provide free colonoscopy procedures to patients who qualify through our BG Cares Charity Program
  • giving financial assistance to patients newly diagnosed with colon cancer with financial need
  • educating our community on digestive health

Join MTGS.

Get Blue. Run, Walk, March or Roll with us!

Let’s END Colon Cancer!

Early Detection of Colon Cancer Saves Lives! Did you know?
  • Early stages of colon cancer usually present with no symptoms
  • Everybody 45 + should get screened for colon cancer
  • A colonoscopy is the only test that can detect AND prevent colon cancer
  • If you have a change in bowel habits, have a history of polyps or colorectal cancer , or have a first-degree relative with polyps or colorectal cancer – talk to your physician. Find out if you should be screened for colon cancer before the age of 45