2023 Komen MORE THAN PINK Walk Where You Are
Saturday, October 28, 2023
Walk Where YOU Are!
Walk with friends, family, or on your own.
Do I get a t-shirt?
All participants who raise a minimum of $100 will receive a commemorative fundraiser t-shirt.
All 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. Registered survivors and those living with metastatic breast cancer who raise $100 or more will receive two shirts a pink survivor shirt and a gray fundraiser shirt.
Register and fundraise early to receive your shirt before event day!
How will I get my t-shirt?
In order to receive your shirt in time for Walk day, you must register and/or fundraise $100+ by Sunday, October 1, 2023 at 11:59pm Central. Survivors and those living with metastatic breast cancer who register, and participants who raise $100, after Sunday, October 1, 2023 will receive your shirt(s) by mail after the event. The final cut-off date for participants to raise $100 and receive a shirt is Sunday, November 26, 2023.
*Shirts are being mailed via USPS. As with any shipping provider, delays may occur.
Do donations made to a team qualify team members to receive fundraising shirts?
No. Individual team members must have at least $100 in their individual fundraising accounts to qualify for a fundraising t-shirt. Donations to a team do not count toward individual team member fundraising.
MORE THAN PINK Walk® Event Day Schedule
We look forward to celebrating with you on October 28, 2023. Join our community online in the 2023 Komen Walk Where You Are Facebook Group.
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How much is the registration fee?
There is not a registration fee to participate in the MORE THAN PINK Walk Where You Are event.
How long is the Walk?
The distance is up to you, anything from 1-3 miles is what we suggest. You can choose your distance based on anything from how much time you want to give to a number that is significant for you and the reason you are participating. For example, if someone you love is celebrating their second year of survivorship you could walk two miles. Or if they did 18 radiation treatments, you could walk 1.8 miles. But really, it’s all your choice. It's an opportunity to be part of our community and support our mission from anywhere you are located.
For people with cancer or those with compromised immune systems, the CDC and NCCN (National Comprehensive Cancer Network) still recommends wearing a mask, social distancing, washing your hands, avoiding crowds, and other preventive measures.
On Saturday, October 28, 2023, 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.