Susan G. Komen South Carolina Race for the Cures 2018
The Susan G. Komen South Carolina Affiliate hosts two separate Races:
Komen Lowcountry Race for the Cure
Riverfront Park, North Charleston
We are so excited to announce a new location for our 25th anniversary Race!
The Race for the Cure will be a community and family friendly walk. Due to the costs of chip timing a 5K the Lowcountry decided to put more funds towards our mission to support our local communities. We understand that some may be disappointed with the changes but our Affiliate aims to be good stewards of your contributions. You are more than welcome to run the course if you like but it will not be timed.
Komen SC Mountains to Midlands Race for the Cure
Fluor Field at the West End
About the Race for the Cure.
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series is the world’s largest, most successful fundraising and education event for breast cancer. The race series includes more than 140 events on four continents, with over one million participants coming together every year to take part in the fight against breast cancer.
This important annual event raises significant funds for the breast cancer movement, thanks to supporters and survivors around the world who step up and take action by fundraising for the cause.
A Global Impact
Race for the Cure® truly makes an impact, with 100 percent of the net proceeds allocated to our mission:
- 75 percent of the net income stays in our community to help fund local programs offering breast health education and breast cancer screening and treatment.
- The remaining 25 percent goes toward Susan G. Komen® Research and Training Grants program.
In addition to raising funds for the breast cancer movement, Race for the Cure® also increases awareness, celebrates breast cancer survivorship and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease.
Racing for the Cure is More Than Pink™
Every year, in cities around the globe, our allies Race for the Cure® and prove they are More Than Pink™.
These passionate supporters and survivors are not content to simply say they support the breast cancer cause, or wear a pink ribbon. They turn their support into action. They recognize the need to raise funds for the fight against breast cancer, and they get to work.