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Komen Columbus Activities

Participate in an Event

Whether you are a golfer, a bowler, a chef or a runner, you can contribute to the fight against breast cancer 365 days a year. By participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® or another Komen event, you become part of a grassroots network that has changed the way the world talks about and treats breast cancer. You can make a difference as you celebrate survivorship, honor those who have lost their battle, and most importantly, raise funds and awareness for the fight against this life-threatening disease. There are many different ways to support Komen's mission.

Rally for the Cure
Support Susan G. Komen for the Cure® and Komen Columbus by hosting a Rally for the Cure® Golf, Tennis or Dining event. You select the date and format, Rally provides you with everything you need from posters and flyers to event prizes, participant goody bags and important breast health information.

A Rally for the Cure event is a great way to engage your community through a fun activity and further support Komen Columbus.

For more information about Rally for the Cure, how the program works and how it can benefit Komen Columbus, please call 800.327.6811, e-mail or click here.

Because of the valuable support from Rally for the Cure events, Komen has been able to fund many vital breast health programs. In order to continue our efforts to provide local community grants for crucial resources such as education, screening and treatment, we encourage you to designate proceeds from future Rally events to the Columbus Affiliate so we can continue our efforts to end breast cancer forever. This will ensure that 75 percent of all monies you raise will remain within our local community, and 25 percent will fund the Susan G. Komen Research Grant Program.