Thanks to the support of our team leaders, participants, staff, and volunteers, we’ve helped the American Cancer Society fund life-saving breast cancer research, crucial patient services, and education and prevention initiatives that have helped millions of people. But until we see a world without breast cancer, we can’t stop. That’s why we need people like you to join us. Any way you decide to get involved will help us save lives from breast cancer - but we can’t do this without you.Sign Up Donate
WAYS TO PARTICIPATE
There are so many ways to get involved with Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, one is sure to be right for you! No matter how you help, you can feel good knowing you’re making a real difference in the fight against breast cancer when you join Making Strides.
Lead a team
Team leaders are the key to our success. As a team lead, you’ll recruit your squad, set fundraising goals, organize fundraising, and be your team’s biggest cheerleader. Get all the details on being a Team Leader and then start your team today!
Join the Movement
If you don't want to lead a team, you can join an existing team or sign up as an individual and participate solo! Just sign up for your local Making Strides, start fundraising, and celebrate with us in October to raise awareness, celebrate survivors, and remember those we’ve lost.
Volunteers help make our celebrations successful! Sign up today or call 1-800-227-2345 to learn how you can volunteer locally.
Be a Sponsor
Become a corporate leader in your community to ensure we can safely celebrate and honor survivors and thrivers during breast cancer awareness month. Find out more about sponsorship through the link below.
Real Men Wear Pink
Breast cancer affects everyone; women and men. That is why we are recruiting men to fight this disease through Real Men Wear Pink. Candidates across the country raise awareness and money to support the American Cancer Society's mission to save more lives from breast cancer. This distinguished group of community leaders grows every year and we would love for you to get involved. Nominate a candidate in your area or find out how you can volunteer to help.Learn More
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This isn’t what I wanted.
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. It’s helping fund innovative research. It's providing free information for people dealing with the disease. It’s 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.
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