In 2014 we added TEAMS that raised $10,000 or more to the back of the t-shirt. Those fundraising giants were: CalPERS Jammin for the Cure RAC-PAC Team Taco Bell Cupcakes for the Cure In 2015….
Looking to volunteer for a great cause? Volunteers play a vital role in Komen Sacramento’s Race for the Cure, and our Race Volunteer website is now live! Browse a variety of open positions and sign….
The 2015 Race for the Cure has a few openings for special and unique performers— cheerleaders, dance teams, jugglers, stilt walkers, super heroes in costume, acoustical groups, drummers, drumlines and percussionists. The sky is the….
Maybe you are a weekend warrior in spirit but your mind says “no”. Or maybe you work the graveyard shift. Are your kids in sports with weekend commitments? Will you be on vacation? You can still….
If this is your year to train for a 5K or 10K, we have the perfect partner! Contact Total Body Fitness Training at (916) 262-2629 and mention this offer. The program features two weekly professionally coached….
Reactivate your team or register a new team NOW and you may be one of four lucky winners of a Dave & Buster’s Power Card good for game play at the Fountains at Roseville. All….
It’s #ThankYouThursday time again, and this week we would like to give a shout out to the more than 400 participants that signed up during Early Bird Registration!! And did we mention they’ve already raised….
This #ThankYouThursday we would like to recognize James Farrel: local Real Estate Agent with Lyon Real Estate, father of a breast cancer survivor, Race for the Cure team captain, and Hero. He has partnered with….
Plus free tickets for Komen supporters! Calling all Komen Supporters! On Saturday, February 14th Komen Sacramento invites YOU to be a part of the largest Circle of Promise in History! In celebration of our month-long….
Register for the 2015 Race for the Cure by Valentine’s Day and you’ll receive a sweet deal. For every participant registered during our Early Bird* period, we’re offering one 50% off coupon which can be….
Nearly 60 team leaders joined us on January 15th for our Team Captain Summit, where we recapped the X and O’s of registering teammates, shared fundraising tips and ideas, and unveiled plans for an exciting….
Meet James Farrell, a local Real Estate Agent with Lyon Real Estate, father of a breast cancer survivor, Race for the Cure team captain, and Hero. He has partnered with Komen Sacramento to host a….
We are thrilled to announce that Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley Executive Director, Kelly Mac Millan, was named as the Sleep Train 2014 Community All-Star by the Sacramento Kings! Kelly accepted the award during a….
In May 2014, the seven California Affiliates of Susan G. Komen announced their collaboration on the Susan G. Komen Circle of Promise California Initiative Empowering African American Women for Breast Health Access to Care. This….
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom will turn PINK for the Cure from January 17 to February 16, 2015 as we partner with Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley to help bring awareness to breast cancer and the….
Team Heroic, some of the 2015 Race for the Cure members, pose after the January planning meeting with their super hero capes. Interested in volunteering for registration or race day? Stay tuned for details in….
Download Julie’s Survivor Story (PDF) I was diagnosed June 29, 2012 at age 48 1/2. My mom is a 27+ year survivor, so I had my baseline mammogram at 35 and have been diligent about….
Download Reese’s Survivor Story (PDF) My name is Reese Weber. I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 29, about a month after my daughter’s first birthday. The whole thing was a crazy experience, and….
When: Thursday, January 15 @ 6:00-8:00pm Where: Universal Technical Institute 4100 Duckhorn Drive Sacramento, CA 95834 Cross Streets (Goose Haven Lane and Golden Light Lane) What: • Tips, FAQ’s and exciting updates on race….
Download Cecile’s Survivor Story (PDF) I was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer on April 27, 2012 in Sacramento, California. Writing that sentence is very hard for me as when I was first diagnosed, they….