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There are a number of national programs that Susan G. Komen for the Cure® organizes and supports that are currently unavailable through our Komen Nebraska Affiliate. See below for a short overview of each program and links to additional information.
The Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure® is an amazing 60-mile walk that helps mothers, sisters, spouses and friends get one step closer to a world without breast cancer. Join us for three (3) inspirational days where together we’ll walk so long, so far and with so much hope, the world will hear our footsteps.
Bowl for the Cure
Bowl for the Cure® is a year-round fundraising and breast cancer awareness initiative. This effort is sponsored by USBC in partnership with Susan G. Komen®, the world’s largest grass roots organization of breast cancer survivors and activists (learn more about our partner).
Ford Warriors in Pink
Each year Ford Warriors in Pink creates original wear and gear that you can feel doubly good about buying. It’s not just great to own and give, but 100% of the net proceeds support the cause. Plus you can choose your charity at checkout! Shop Now.
A grassroots program that works to educate people about breast self-awareness through volunteer organized golf and tennis events. Rally is operated by Condé Nast and has been a valued Komen partner since 1996. Learn more about Rally for the Cure.
Wacoal Fit for the Cure®
For every woman who participates in a free bra fitting, Wacoal donates $2 to Susan G. Komen®. Additionally, for every purchase of a Wacoal bra or shapewear piece, or b.tempt’d bra Wacoal will give another $2 to Komen. Find a fit for the cure event today.
Circle of Promise
Susan G. Komen for the Cure launched the Circle of Promise campaign to engage African-Americans in its mission to end breast cancer forever by fostering increased awareness, support, empowerment and action. African-American women have the highest death rate and poorest survival rate of any other racial or ethnic group for breast cancer. In an effort to rewrite the story of African American women and breast cancer, Komen has pledged to decrease the mortality of African-Americans from breast cancer by increasing awareness of the risk of breast cancer, reducing pervasive myths in the community, encouraging breast self-awareness leading to early detection and treatment and mobilizing the community to collectively fight for access to quality care for all.
Join the Circle