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Q: Does the Komen Race for the Cure require fundraising?
In order to expand outreach to the community and to continue to provide all life-saving services, it is necessary to fundraise over and above the $25 registration fee.  We encourage all participants to Imagine the IMPACT - If every Race participant raises just $100 in addition to their registration fee, we would bring in an additional $500,000 to support additional local screening, treatment and educational programs in our community!  Raising money helps ensure the following programs are available:

•    Mammograms for uninsured/underinsured women and men
•    Lymphedema treatment for breast cancer survivors
•    Breast cancer navigation to help women with employment, insurance or finances
•    Financial assistance so that breast cancer survivors may continue treatment
•    Culturally diverse breast cancer education and wellness programs
•    Hospice assistance






 Accept the Power of 10 Challenge


Power of 10 Challenge

 "$25 brings us to the start line--The Power of 10 Challenge brings us closer to the Cure"

 


How the Power of 10 Challenge Works


• It's simple; if each participant asks 10 people to donate at least $10 each, each Race participant will raise $100 above the $25 entry fee.

•  This year we will encourage all Race participants to rise to the challenge of raising additional funds over and above the $25 entry fee.


Steps to raise $100:

• Show your commitment and donate to yourself
• Ask spouse/parent/family members to match your donation
• Ask friends/co-workers
• Ask your boss for a company contribution

Click here for Fundraising Tips

Fundraising is easy with online fundraising tools! When you registered for the Race you automatically received your own fundraising website which can be personalized. When you login, encourage everyone you know to visit your site, see what you are doing in the fight against breast cancer and make a donation on your behalf. Up to 75 percent of net proceeds generated by the Affiliate stays right here in the local community! The remaining income goes to the national Susan G. Komen  Grants Program to fund research.

Every dollar makes an impact – thank you for everything you do!

The Participant Center houses your personal fundraising website.  There, you will find e-mail templates to make sending e-mails to your friends and families as easy as can be!  From the PARTICIPANT CENTER you are able to set up your personal webpage, send e-mails to friends, co-workers and connect with friends on Facebook. Be sure to check your participant center often for new donations and messages. Thanks for making an impact and we'll see you at the Race!

Participants: Be sure to include your full name and complete contact information on the form so that we may inform you of additional donations received on your behalf. Also on the form - please be sure to list the full names and addresses of people who make donations on your behalf so that we may send them their tax-deductible receipt.


Q:  What if a women needs a mammogram, doesn't have insurance and also does NOT qualify for any state programs--how does she pay for a mammogram?
A: 
Komen Central Valley will be the only source of outside funding available to provide eligible Fresno County residents with life-saving breast cancer screening.

Q:  How does a 5k Race and walk make a huge impact on the residents of Fresno County?
A:  Through the fundraising efforts of every participant the following projects can be funded:

•    Mammograms for uninsured/underinsured women and men
•    Lymphedema treatment for breast cancer survivors
•    Breast cancer navigation to help women with employment, insurance or finances
•    Financial assistance so that breast cancer survivors may continue treatment
•    Culturally diverse breast cancer education and wellness programs
•    Hospice assistance