Pittsburgh Undy Run/walk Race Description
The National Undy RunWalk is a family-friendly undy-themed RunWalk created by the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, with the goal to provide support for patients and families, caregivers, and survivors to raise awareness of preventive measures and inspire efforts to fund critical research. All fitness levels attend. Dogs are welcomed!
|Race packet pickup and on-site registration|
|1 mile fun run begins|
|10:05 AM||Survivor recognition and awards ceremony|
|5K Adult||$35 Advance / $40 Race Day|
|5K Youth||$30 Advance / $35 Race Day|
|1 Mile fun run||$30 Advance / $35 Race Day|
|Survivors||FREE! Please e-mail to register|
About Susan G Komen Western Pa
515 Lincoln Ave, Heidelberg, PA 15106, US
The MORE THAN PINK Walk is Komens signature fundraising event. Its a day where we can put aside everything else in our lives and share our stories, our laughter, and our tears to raise money that saves lives while we celebrate survivors, those living with breast cancer, and honor loved ones lost. ONE MISSION, THE SUSAN G. KOMEN DIFFERENCE We’re committed to finding the cures. Imagine the impact we can make towards ending breast cancer when we come together as ONE to fund research, increase access to care, support our community, and commit to action. Together, ONE more action by each of us can support Komen’s comprehensive 360-degree approach to fighting this disease across all fronts and supporting millions of people in the U.S. and in countries worldwide. Advocating for patients, driving research breakthroughs, improving access to high-quality care, offering direct patient support and empowering people with trustworthy information. That’s the power of ONE.
Our mission is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Walk 2022
Sunday, Oct. 23
Start at The First Bank, 223 Main Street in Damariscotta. Check in at noon, Opening Ceremony is at 12:45 p.m. and we step off at 1. Ample free parking at the bank. We reversed the route added a Poker Run/Walk element live music, raffles, kids zone, enhanced Survivor Celebration. FMI/registration: .
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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk Held In Mishawaka
MISHAWAKA, Ind. – A walk was held in Mishawaka Saturday morning to save lives and support survivors of breast cancer.
Held in Central Park, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer isnt just a walk its a movement bringing together nearly 1,000 people who are either breast cancer survivors, breast cancer patients, or supporters of the cause to raise money and walk toward a future without breast cancer.
Today, theres 3.5 million breast cancer survivors living in the United States, and were making incredible progress, said Jamie Miller, senior development manager for the American Cancer Society. And so, what it means to them is support. It means love, it means that theyre not alone. It means the world coming alongside them to help them in their journey.
Our very own Lauren Moss emceed the walk.
Funds raised will go toward survivor support programs, caregiver support programs, and breakthrough research.
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Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Returns After Pandemic Break
The Susan G. Komen More Than Pink walk has returned for its first in-person walk since the pandemic.
“Every single person here has a story. They have been touched by this disease,” said Vice President Kate Watt. “And we all stand united in one goal, which is to end breast cancer.”
In addition to commemorating Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the proceeds of the walk hope to help with the economic, medical, social and emotional impact of a breast cancer diagnosis.
“I do this walk for people who weren’t like me who don’t have insurance, so they can get mammograms,” said breast cancer survivor Estelle Freeman.
Freeman said because of her insurance coverage she was able to schedule regular mammograms which helped catch her breast cancer before it worsened.
“A mammogram is the best thing you can do to for hope and to save lives,” she added.
Thousands of people typically participate in the event, many of whom, like Freeman, are breast cancer survivors.
“We all know somebody that’s been affected by breast cancer,” said Crump. “I had it on both sides of my family, my sister but coming to an event like this where you are surrounded by the sisterhood of other breast cancer survivors of all different years, all different types of breast cancer. You can find somebody that has gone through the same journey that you have and just hug each other.”
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The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk will take place at the South Shore Riverfront Park on Saturday, October 22nd!
The American Cancer Society started Making Strides Against Breast Cancer to unite communities, companies, and individuals with a collective goal to end breast cancer as we know it.
Check-In & other pre-walk activities will begin at 9AM, and the walk will kickoff at 10AM. The Q92.9 FM Booth will be on-site at the event! Stop by to chat with Monica and Erika Jay, play some games, and register to win a great prize!
You can find more info on the walk, register, and donate to the cause at acsevents.org.
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Welcome to our Team Page. We’ve formed a team because this cause is important to us. We want to help. And walking and raising money in our local American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event is the best way we can do that. We all have different reasons for participating but we share a determination to help save lives from breast cancer.
There are so many ways that the money our team raises helps. Its helping fund innovative research. It’s providing free information for people dealing with the disease. Its providing rides to treatment and places to stay for people who have to seek treatment far from home. In short, our money is helping save lives. Consider donating to our team and helping advance the cause.
How We Support the American Cancer Society
Of course we walk in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. And we solicit donations from family, friends, and other supporters. But we also schedule fundraisers in lead-up to the big event. Bake-sales, car washes, and countless other types of events. And we promote those on social media, through Facebook and Twitter, by word of mouth, and through flyers at work and around the neighborhood. The success of fundraising events depends on two things – hard work and getting the word out. And we’re out to do both. Keep an eye out for our fundraising events.
Join us. Donate today. Or walk with us.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
TimeSat Oct 22 2022 at 10:00 am to 01:00 pm
2700 S Water St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203, United States
Tickets for Making Strides against Breast cancer walk can be booked here.
2700 S Water St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203, United States
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that provides new hope through lifesaving discoveries. Funding breakthroughs that give more time to everyone in their fight against breast cancer.
that ensures all have access to quality screening, diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer. Offering patient support, treatment assistance, even childcare and transportation services.
to support everyone, no matter where they are in their breast cancer journey. Providing a safe place to share, grieve, support and find strength forward.
through advocacy, fighting for government funding and critical patient support and research. We fight for the rights of patients among policymakers and compassionate care for everyone.
More Than Pink Walk Returns To Werner Park
PAPILLION, Neb. – Pink as far as the eye can see.
After a two-year covid hiatus, Saturday was the great return of the More than Pink Walk at Werner Park.
The walk is all about supporting breast cancer survivors and those currently undergoing treatment also known as thrivers.
Over 2,000 participants had the choice of either walking a mile or 3 miles.
According to Breastcancer.org, about 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.
6 News spoke to some women part of Saturdays event. Here are their stories.
I was diagnosed in 2011 with triple negative, said breast cancer survivor Margie Smith. It devastated me to hear that I have to be honest with you because my girls had just lost their dad.
I was lucky, said survivor Sherri Hoffman. I didnt have chemo and radiation like most of these ladies did. I did have expanders and I had reconstruction, but I stand here today with the big word of awareness,
I dont get to have a bad day, I just have moments, said cancer patient Kari Nickell. Well get through it together, for sure. This is the epitome of no one fights alone.
WOWT was a proud sponsor of Saturdays event and Daybreak anchor Danielle Avitable was the MC, Craig Nigrelli also stopped by.
Team Kari is one of the events fundraising leaders.
At last check, her team has raised more than $3,200.
All proceeds from Saturday will go towards breast cancer research and education.
So far theyve raised over $175,000 dollars.
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A Crucial Catch Intercept Cancer Breast Cancer Awareness Game
Each October, the Pittsburgh Steelers partner with UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and Ford to raise awareness for breast cancer as a part of the NFLs Crucial Catch Intercept Cancer initiative. This game highlights the importance of screenings and early detection in the fight against breast cancer.
Breast cancer survivors arrive at Heinz Field before the game for a survivor tailgate celebration. They are honored during pregame ceremonies and lead the traditional Terrible Towel Twirl.
Fans in attendance receive commemorative pink Terrible Towels courtesy of UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and Ford.
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Healthy Cooking With The Steelers
In October, a group of Steelers players make a visit to UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital to assist a Magee chef in a cooking class for breast cancer patients, survivors, and their guests.
During class, we make healthy recipes to help attendees sustain the nutrition and healthy lifestyle that is so important for both patients and survivors.
After the cooking lesson, attendees can sample the food the players and chef created. Players will be available for photos and autographs.
Community Comes Together To Fight Breast Cancer With More Than Pink Walk
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The world’s leading breast cancer organization held its More than Pink Walk in Pittsburgh’s Schenley Park Sunday.
The Susan G. Komen West Pennsylvania More than Pink Walk, which replaced the annual Race for the Cure event, kicked off Mother’s Day morning. For the first time ever, there was no cost to participate.
Everyone at the walk had a story. Some offered hope, some walked for research, some walked for a family member.
Breast cancer survivors and fighters shared those powerful stories as the community came together to fight against breast cancer.
It gives people like me hope and positivity, and I think that’s what we need today. I think we need to be represented in a positive way and our stories should be heard, The Pittsburgh Mermaid said.
Its very touching. My mom passed away from breast cancer in 2011, and so I have been a team captain since 1999, and we have done this race in honor of her and in memory of her, Julie Senchak said.
Susan G Komen Announces More Than Pink Walk To Be Held In West Pennsylvania
Susan G. Komen®, the worlds leading breast cancer organization, today announced that it will hold a MORE THAN PINK Walk in West Pennsylvania this spring. The Walk will replace the annual Race for the Cure event and be held in Schenley Park.
This is the 30th year Susan G. Komen has hosted an event in the iconic Schenley Park and were pleased to announce it will be a MORE THAN PINK Walk this year, said Suzanne Corson, state executive director for Pennsylvania. A MORE THAN PINK Walk is more inclusive of Komens supporters, some of whom are in active treatment, and better represents our mission and we hope everyone will join us in May.
The MORE THAN PINK Walk will take place on Mothers Day, Sunday, May 8, 2022. For the first time ever, there will be no cost to participate in the Walk.
The Power of ONE Week a weeks worth of events to honor those who have been impacted by breast cancer will precede the Walk on May 8. A schedule of events and additional details will be announced soon.
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May 1: Breast Cancer Awareness + Mother’s Day
To support the continued fight in our region against breast cancer and the continued improvement of patient care, Pirates Charities was proud to donate $10,000 to two very worthy non-profit organizations during the Pirates Breast Cancer Support game on May 15. Both The Susan G. Komen Foundation and A Glimmer of Hope Foundation offer support to those in their battle against breast cancer, and Pirates Charities is proud to support them. In honor of the partnership with these organizations, Courtney Brown, breast cancer warrior, was the Pirates Honorary Bat Girl on this day. Her daughter threw out our first pitch to Dr. Matthew Miller, who is a strong advocate for breast cancer research along with Allegheny Health Network.