2022 Komen Colorado MORE THAN PINK Walk
Sunday, October 23, 2022
7:00 a.m. | Walk Site Opens
9:00 a.m. | Opening Ceremony
Do I get a t-shirt?
All participants who raise a minimum of $100 will receive a commemorative event t-shirt.
All registered survivors and those living with metastatic breast cancer will receive a special t-shirt recognizing their role in our event, regardless of fundraising level or status.
How will I get my t-shirt?
If you fall into one of the following categories and did not receive your t-shirt, your shirt(s) will be MAILED to the address provided with registering:
- Registered Survivor or Thriver (pink or berry) on (or before) event day
- Fundraised or fundraise $100 or more before the fundraising deadline November 23, 2022 (gray)
*Please note that t-shirts are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. While we do our best with ordering, we cannot guarantee availability of all sizes.
As we head into the height of our Walk season, check out a recording of our 2022 West Region Kickoff to learn more about this year’s Walk, how the event supports Komen’s Mission, and hear practical fundraising tips from fellow Walk participants!
MORE THAN PINK Walk® Event Day Schedule
We look forward to celebrating with you on Sunday, October 23, 2022!
7:00 a.m. | Event Site Opens! This is an opportunity to engage with our Sponsors, visit our Mission tents and take a minute to honor those we’ve lost in the We Remember tent. Finally, be sure to grab your complimentary wrap on site before the Opening Ceremony begins.
- Survivors and participants living with metastatic breast cancer (plus one guest) are invited to Hope Village for a morning of connection and food. From Hope Village, you will begin lining up at 8:45 for the Pathway of Hope.
- If you raised $1,000 or more, please join us at our exclusive Top Fundraising Tent for morning refreshments and the opportunity to meet other Top Individual Fundraisers. This is our way of saying "thank you" for dedicating your time and energy to our event’s success.
- If your team raised $2,500 or more, gather your team for an opportunity to mix-and-mingle in your own private space.
8:45 a.m. | If you are a survivor or living with metastatic breast cancer and can’t make it to Hope Village earlier in the morning, we encourage you to arrive no later than 8:45 to join the Pathway of Hope experience.
9:00 a.m. | The Opening Ceremony begins. Don’t miss this interactive and moving program.
The Walk will begin following the Opening Ceremony.
All Day Long | Walk where you are
Can’t join us Walk morning? Hop on the treadmill, take to your neighborhood sidewalks or the paths of your favorite local park or trail–wherever you’re able to gather with friends, family, and team members near you.
Event Day Tools
This event is a celebration of the strength and resilience of survivors and all people living with metastatic breast cancer. We honor these members of our community at:
- Pathway of Hope/Survivor Parade | Sunday, October 23 | Assembly begins 8:45 a.m.
- Survivors and participants living with metastatic breast cancer are invited to Hope Village for a morning of connection and a light breakfast. From Hope Village, you will begin lining up at 8:45 for the Pathway of Hope.
How long is the Walk? This year’s Walk is 1.5 miles.
Getting to the Event and Parking: Paid parking is available at the lots surrounding the Walk site. Limited street parking is available as well. The Denver Post (101 W Colfax Ave, Denver 80202) will offer a limited number of spaces at a discounted rate of $5. There are 2 garage entrances, one is located on Broadway, and the other by 15th and Cleveland.
In the interest of keeping our participants safe, Susan G. Komen will follow local, state and federal guidelines or mandates related to COVID-19. Please review the event’s homepage and/or email communications to receive up-to-date information, including safety precautions or event cancellation.
On Sunday, October 23, 2022, we will walk for the people who can't: For those too weakened by treatment to join. For those who are suffering. For those we have lost. Together we will fight back against breast cancer.