No breast cancer patient should ever walk alone.
Join thousands of patients and survivors for an inspiring morning filled with activities for all ages at the Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure® on January 26th along Downtown West Palm Beach’s waterfront.
Walk, run, or form a team and let’s show how much our community cares about finding a cure and saving lives.
Visit Komensouthflorida.org/Race and start fundraising today to make the biggest difference in how you can help save a mom, a sister, a wife, or a friend.
Let’s never let them walk alone.
Schedule of Events:
5:30am Race Day registration
8:30am 5k Walk and 1 mile family fun run
9:45am Kids run
10:30am Survivor Ceremony at Meyer Amphitheatre
For every $100 raised, we can fund a mammogram for a woman in need.
Celebrate the breast cancer survivor in your life. Form a team in her honor, or his, for the Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure® on January 26th and raise funds together to save lives.
Fundraising’s more fun when you do it with friends. Form a team for the Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure® and raise funds for life-saving programs in our own community and the research that will one day find a cure.
Runners, walkers, corporate, school, and community teams and individuals of all ages are welcome to join the event that includes runs and walks for adults, kids and tots and a survivor celebration.
Raise funds to find a cure and help save lives right here in our own communities of Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties.
Be bold! Join the Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure and be part of Komen’s Bold Goal to reduce cancer deaths in the U.S. by 50% in the next decade.
Did you know that Susan G. Komen has funded every single significant breast cancer research advancement? By joining the Race for the Cure, you are making a difference right here in our own community and around the world by raising money to find the cures and save lives.
The Race for the Cure has helped Komen South Florida invest nearly $15 million to support programs right here in our own community that help those who can’t afford breast cancer screenings, treatment and support.