2022 IC Challenge Chronicles


July 29, 2022 Indianapolis, in

About the event

Take a walk down memory lane as we relive some of our favorite IC Challenges through the years, from the very first iconic ESA Life Cycle Challenge to the Home Run Challenge. From flying fish to ruby slippers to painting your own masterpiece, you won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind event! Whether this will be your first IC Challenge or you’ve attended them all, come share in lively activities based on themes of past challenges.

Everyone can participate.

Enlist your family, friends, and co-workers to assist you in raising the dollars that will help qualify you for this event. In addition, monies raised for the St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend also qualify you for the IC Challenge!

By Raising $200 You will qualify to participate in the 2022 IC Challenge and will receive an event T-shirt.

By Raising $500 You will qualify to participate in the 2022 IC Challenge, enjoy your event T-shirt, and receive a special $500 level prize.

By Raising $1000 You will join in the event, receive your event T-shirt, and earn both the special $500 level prize and an additional $1000 level prizes.

You work hard all year to participate in this event and it doesn't go unnoticed. The top fundraisers and top fundraising state will be acknowledged and awarded at the event.

Whether or not you are able to attend the 2022 International Council Convention, you can still participate in the IC Challenge. Every Epsilon Sigma Alpha member can participate by raising money and receiving the fundraising prizes.

*Prizes will be shipped to participants not attending the event. All other participants will pick up their prizes at the IC Challenge registration table during the IC Convention.

Deadline information

The registration deadline for your donated dollars to count for the 2021-2022 campaign year is May 31, 2022. Funds received after this date will go towards the 2022-2023 campaign year.

Make all checks payable to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and mail them to ESA Headquarters.