Race with us.
We’re all in.
Out of an abundance of caution and care for the immunocompromised members of our Race for the Cure family and given the trends of the Delta Variant of the COVID-19 virus, the 2021 Susan G. Komen Hawaii Race for the Cure will no longer have an in-person gathering.
We have created a one-of-a-kind, community based, program for you to race, walk, hike or bike in your neighborhood with your team, family, and friends. We will countdown to race day together with the Power of One Week starting on Monday, October 11, 2021. Be sure to join our Hawaii Race for the Cure Facebook Group to participate in the activities along with everyone registered for this year’s Komen Hawaii Race for the Cure. On Sunday, October 17, 2021, 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.
Join us no matter where you are and feel the presence of our ONE community every step of the way.
On event day, we invite you to join us online to hear stories from our survivors and those living with breast cancer, to learn about the impact of Komen's research discoveries, public policy advocacy and direct patient support services, and to celebrate your fundraising success. Then, we encourage you to set out on the sidewalks of your own neighborhood to earn your Virtual Finisher Medal by walking 6,000 steps for your commitment to end breast cancer.
The app is your key to participating in the full event experience. Download it today on your mobile device and you can:
that provides new hope through lifesaving discoveries. Funding breakthroughs that give more time to everyone in their fight against breast cancer.
that ensures all have access to quality screening, diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer. Offering patient support, treatment assistance, even childcare and transportation services.
to support everyone, no matter where they are in their breast cancer journey. Providing a safe place to share, grieve, support and find strength forward.
through advocacy, fighting for government funding and critical patient support and research. We fight for the rights of patients among policymakers and compassionate care for everyone.